Creative Fuse NE Rural CreateNet application/registration

Creative Fuse NE Rural CreateNet application/registration

Following the successful Creative Fuse CAKE event on Rural Creativity and Innovation (Jan 2021) – which focused on practitioners and organisations sharing their experiences about developing their innovation capacity and what this can mean for collaboration, for organisational impact, and for wider community benefit – Creative Fuse North East and the National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise will be jointly delivering this free programme.

Through a facilitated action learning approach, delivered over six sessions, we will hear from and work with practitioners, businesses, and new projects and organisations working in and across the rural creative economy, and consider what it means to be based in the rural North East, outside of larger population centres and cities. We hope to use this programme to share learning and identify calls to action and areas for response or collaboration.


The first Rural CreateNet sessions will be delivered online, and (depending on restrictions) we will review the option of face to face meetings with the group.

Workshops will run from 10:00 - 12:00 on the following dates:

Workshop 1 - Tuesday 1st February
Workshop 2 - Tuesday 8th February
Workshop 3 - Tuesday 15th February
Workshop 4 - tbc, week commencing 21st February
Workshop 5 - tbc, week commencing 28th February
Workshop 6 - tbc, week commencing 7th March


Please note that some of the questions are compulsory and will be marked with a star.

More information about the programme can be found on our website here: www.creativefusene.org.uk/workshop/rural-createnet/

If you have any queries please contact:

Stephanie Roberts, Creative Fuse Project Administrator stephanie.roberts@ncl.ac.uk or
Mark Adamson on Mark.Adamson@ncl.ac.uk