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Eleven exhibition at Brighton Dome

‘Eleven’ a Creative Future Exhibition at Brighton Dome

April 10, 2018

This May we’re launching our brand new online shop selling exclusive limited edition prints. To celebrate, we’re holding an exhibition at the Brighton Dome, as part of Brighton Festival. ‘Eleven’ features an eclectic mix of artwork from eleven regional artists ranging from abstract to figurative to landscape, showcasing some of our incredibly talented emerging artists. […]

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Writer In Residence opportunity with Creative Future

CFLA Writer in Residence Scheme Now Open for Applications

January 8, 2018

The Creative Future Literary Awards & New Writing South are accepting applications for a unique development opportunity for a talented under-represented poet or fiction writer. The six month paid residency at Preston Park Recovery Centre in Brighton offers time and space to write, the chance to work with vulnerable adults and support to develop your […]

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Interview With Alan Morrison in Viva Magazine

January 3, 2018

The latest issue of Viva magazine features a full page interview with Alan Morrison. We’re hosting a free ‘Meet The Writer‘ event with Alan on the 18 January 2018 where he will discuss how poetry has been a medium through which he has been able to explore and try and make sense of his own obsessional […]

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CFLA 2017 anthology

Buy the CFLA 2017 anthology eBook for just £2.99

November 15, 2017

The 2017 Creative Future Literary Awards anthology features award-winning poetry and short fiction from outstanding under-represented writers, alongside work from internationally bestselling author, Kit de Waal, guest poet and playwright, Sabrina Mahfouz, and writer in residence, Dean Atta. The theme of ‘Important Nothings’ was inspired by a quote from Jane Austen, to celebrate her 200 year […]

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Tight Modern

Support Under-Represented Artists Via Our Tight Modern Crowd Funder

October 3, 2017

Help stamp out stigma, increase arts diversity: support the Tight Modern Winners’ Tour, a national showcase of 15 under-represented artists facing barriers of mental health, disability or identity. The Tight Modern is the world’s smallest pop-up art gallery—an 8’ x 5’ replica of the iconic Tate Modern. A tiny art gallery with a big impact, it’s showcased hundreds […]

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We support the #NOFREEWORK campaign

September 25, 2017

Creative Future supports the #NOFREEWORK campaign – that all creative freelancers should be paid. Unpaid work is any scenario where a business exploits an individual for commercial gain by not paying for labour or services that have been provided by that individual. Unpaid work can have a damaging effect on the relationship between freelancers and […]

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New Workshop Programme Announced

September 12, 2017

We’ve got a whole host of new workshops and courses starting this September. View all our workshops and book your place here

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Creative Future selected for the Arts Council funded Creative United ‘Prosper’ programme

July 10, 2017

We are proud to announce we have been selected for the Arts Council funded Creative United ‘Prosper’ programme that will enable us to benefit from free business support along with other cutting edge artists, innovative library services, enterprising museums and much-loved arts organisations. For further details see the Creative United press release:

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July Newsletter

July 1, 2017

Our newsletter for July is now available to view here

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Why you should enter more writing competitions: The Future Bookshelf

June 15, 2017

Our Creative Future Literary Awards competition has been featured on the Future Bookshelf blog. Creative Future Director Dominique De-Light and Project Manager, Sarah Juckes, introduce the Creative Futures Literary Awards and explain why you should be entering. Read the full blog here

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