Creative networks

Here you’ll find other creative networks in Cambridgeshire. Check our SIGs page for the creative networks involved in running Creative Front’s Special Interest Groups.

If you’re a creative network in Cambridgeshire, please tell us by emailing info@creativefront.org and we’ll add you to the list.


Cambridge Arts Forum (CAF)

CAF is an informal network of Cambridge based arts practitioners who meet on the first Tuesday of every month for informal networking over a drink or few.  The location changes month by month but is always a local waterhole. Frances Matthews from Britten Sinfonia who managed CAF has moved to London and CAF will be managed by Nick Jukes (Creative Intern for Britten Sinfonia). Email Nick to be added to the mailing list to find out about future CAF meetups!
creativeintern@brittensinfonia.com

 

Cambridge Arts Network (CAN)

The Cambridge Arts Network is a forum of professional artists and arts organisations working in Cambridge. CAN meets to debate and discuss key issues that face the sector. CAN's fortnightly email bulletin helps Cambridge artists and arts organisations share information about jobs, advice, training opportunities and more. There are also specific forums within CAN, which meet to discuss issues in an informal setting, including an arts marketing forum and a learning and participation forum.
Further information: http://www.cambridge.gov.uk/ccm/content/leisure-and-entertainment/arts-development.en If you are an artist or work for a Cambridge arts organisation, and would like to join CAN and subscribe to the email bulletin, please email can@cambridge.gov.uk.

 

CamCreative LogoCamCreative

CamCreative embraces a diverse group of interests which includes graphic and web design, media of all kinds, literature and publishing, visual arts, multimedia, performing arts and general culture bringing together a mix of large and small firms.
Further information: www.meetup.com/camcreative/


CamTechNet LogoCamTechNet

CamTechNet brings together all the essential information for Cambridge technology professionals. Find technology jobs, news and events, companies, resources and opportunities to create new partnerships.
Further information: www.camtechnet.info/


Creative Boom LogoCreative Boom Cambridge

Creative Boom Cambridge is a regional online magazine which aims to celebrate, inspire and support the creative industries throughout the city. Whether that's design, illustration, web, art, crafts, music, film, animation, photography, writing, performing arts, fashion, architecture, interior design, digital, PR or marketing. Its parent, Creative Boom, is a national e-zine that was launched in July 2009 to celebrate and support creativity throughout the UK.
Further information: www.creativeboom.co.uk/cambridge/


CreativeExchange

CreativeExchange is a newly formed network for Huntingdonshire that has been created to bring together all parties that passionately participate within the Creative Industries business sector; and furthermore is open to those that want to give it a try. The network is about bringing creative people together to EXCHANGE ~ give and receive, to promote and develop their talent; encourage collaboration, the sharing of knowledge, and experience new technologies. We wish to encourage young people who have creative skill to join, and mix with business at our network events. There is opportunity to join, state their individual interests and possibly gain valuable work experience before leaving for University or when back home from University. Further information: http://exchange-network.info/ or contact Nicole on telephone: 01480 223450 or email: hello@exchange-network.info

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