International ambitions / Touring overseas
What is it about?
A brief presentation on how the Culture Diary can help you promote your work and ultimately achieve your international ambitions.
We will explain how the Culture Diary has helped UK culture organisations reach potential new audiences abroad.
You will find out how we can connect you to overseas opportunities, presenting the potential to tour, exhibit and sell UK culture internationally.
We will show you how registering with us for free and uploading your events and other content links you to government and the rest of the UK culture sector.
What will I gain?
— New ways to benefit your cultural exporting
— Knowledge on how to connect with the GREAT Britain Campaign, DCMS and potentially be seen all over the world
— Some new culture sector friends!
Who is it for?
Anyone in the culture and creative industries sector looking into or already touring and exporting overseas (and want more).
Brad Barrett | Culture Diary Website and Social Media Editor | The Culture Diary
Brad Barrett spent a decade as a journalist writing about music and arts for print and digital both in-house and freelance. He picked up further digital experience in government tourism offices in the UK and Australia, including the National Parks and Wildlife Service, websites for The Rocks and Darling Harbour in Sydney, and Kew Gardens in Richmond, London. Driven and inspired by arts and culture, from literature, film and theatre to video games and visual arts, Brad joined the Culture Diary in early 2016. For almost three years, he’s been responsible for web content and social media channels, running the new public website, marketing, and supporting Head of Cultural Partnerships and Culture Diary Programme Lead, Anna Maloney, on the Culture Diary’s mission to promote UK culture and creative industries nationally and internationally, and to encourage UK culture export for the Government’s GREAT Britain Campaign.
This Morning Briefing is sponsored by The Culture Diary
The Culture Diary is the government resource for the culture and creative industries. Based at DCMS and part of the GREAT Britain Campaign, it aims to increase UK cultural export and is where officials, UK embassies and the sector find activity in their region. With 9,000 organisations already registered, we are the one stop for UK cultural touring and promote key activity through social media, monthly newsletters and potentially via the GREAT Britain Campaign using your imagery in print and online. Register & upload events and tours – we’ll promote them online through our international networks. www.theculturediary.com.