The London Creative Network (LCN) Programme


London Creative Network (LCN) is a tailored professional development programme for London-based visual artists, craft makers and photographers. Delivered by SPACE, Cockpit Arts, Four Corners and Photofusion, it runs from Spring 2016 to Autumn 2021.

You can apply to the programme at SPACE if you are a visual artist and you need support with a new project using mentoring, peer-to-peer and online support.

You can apply to the programme at Cockpit Arts if you are a craft maker and want to take part in a workshop programme to develop new processes, products and services, underpinned by business skills and leading to a more sustainable practice.

You can apply to the programme at Four Corners if you are a photographer looking for support through a programme of specialist workshops, mentoring, in-house facilities and networking, with opportunities to create and showcase new projects.

You can apply to the programme at Photofusion if you are a photographer wanting to extend your practice by incorporating new ways of working. You will get access to specialist workshops, in-house facilities and mentoring, as well as business plan advice.

To qualify for the London Creative Network programme, you must be based in London, be registered with HMRC and committed to engaging in 12 hours of support (workshops and one-to-one meetings).


Expires: October 25, 2020

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