The creative economy is outperforming all other sectors of UK. From our world-class galleries to our cutting-edge fashion industry, creativity underscores Britain’s national identity. However, this hard-won success is under threat, from lack of investment in creative education, through to the lack of a coherent government arts policy.
Now, the creative industries are fighting back, with the creation of the world’s first united national creative industries federation. Spearheaded by University of the Arts London’s Chairman Sir John Sorrell and with UAL’s Vice-Chancellor Nigel Carrington as a founder members, the Creative Industries Federation is housed here at the University. We have been joined by over 200 partners and together we will fight to champion the arts, beginning with a launch event at UAL in Granary Square.
Read more about the Creative Industries Federation