About the programme
Creative Communities Learning Lab is a new series of free, dynamic and accessible online learning modules by creatives, for creatives worldwide.
It offers self-led courses, designed with specific input from creative hub leaders and their communities in Southeast Asia and the UK. Learning from stories of resilience, challenges and innovation, we set out to develop online courses that will support creative hub leaders and cultural professionals navigate this changing context brought by Covid-19. This project is part of our Creative Hubs for Good programme and led by the British Council team in Southeast Asia.
There are three themes the producers have developed into three courses with the help of creative hub leaders and experts:
- Digital communities strategy and management
- Ways to monetise creative services
- Bringing your training online
The project was commissioned by the British Council with the aim of offering a space for sharing knowledge, stories and creative adaptations directly from creative hub leaders and their communities of professionals.
A team of producers - Creative Friction (UK) and Makerspace Manila (The Philippines) - have led the development of the learning journeys and content. The content reflects the views only of the authors and contributors.
Additionally, 17 brilliant hub leaders from the UK and Southeast Asia have been advising the project team, providing their input and testing the learning content:
- Adin Khairudin, Gerobak Hysteria (Indonesia)
- Anh Tuan Nguyen, Heritage Space (Vietnam)
- Dan Spain, Rabble Studio (United Kingdom)
- Ha Nguyen, Vicas Art Studio (Vietnam)
- Hafshoh NW Mubarak, Surubaya Creative Network (Indonesia)
- Helmi Hardian, Waft Lab (Indonesia)
- Hieu Thien and Tam Nguyen, Da Nang Tui (Vietnam)
- Jaray Suwannachart, Klongdan Creative Village, Ramdang Creative Village, Songkhla Heritage Trust and Kid+Dee Creative Hub (Thailand)
- Jen Horn, MUNI (Philippines)
- Jerome Dulin, North Luzon Guild Cinema (Philippines)
- John Paul Davis, HAUS KCH (Malaysia)
- Kenny Ng, Penang Art District (Malaysia)
- Komgrit and Krittiya Trakoontiwakorn, 141 Social Enterprise (Thailand)
- Magoo Del Mundo, SIKAP (Philippines)
- Zoe Powell, Materiom (United Kingdom)
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