Creatives Unite resources platform will share Covid-related information and responses among cultural and creative sectors. The new website offers a common space for all those looking for information about cultural and creative sector initiatives responding to the coronavirus crisis. It gives access in one single space to the multitude of existing resources and numerous relevant networks and organisations. It also offers a space to co-create and upload contributions towards finding solutions together.
Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth said:
The Coronavirus is having a devastating economic impact on the cultural and creative sectors. This online platform will provide a forum for cultural and creative sectors to share ideas and initiatives and co-create solutions thanks to their creativity in response to the crisis. A platform by the sector, for the sector.
The platform was launched with the support of the Commission after the EU Culture Ministers’ video conference of 8th April when Commissioner Gabriel announced the initiative. Creative FLIP helps to run and curate the Platform. Creative FLIP is a pilot project of the European Parliament managed by the European Commission. This Pilot Project is implemented by the Goethe Institut in cooperation with the European Creative Hubs Network and several partners.
CREATIVES UNITE PLATFORM
The Creatives Unite website offers the following:
- Cultural and creative initiatives in response to the crisis with links to relevant organizations.
- Curated space to upload contributions towards finding solutions together.
- Emergency funding intitiatives by country or region.
You can search by SECTOR, AREA and ACTION to help you navigate the website.