March Creative Co-Working and Artist Support Sessions

Thursday 17 March 2022, 12noon-5pm
The Peacock, 287 High Street West, Sunderland, SR1 3ES

Join us for our monthly co-working day, which is a chance meet with creative practitioners, freelancers and arts workers from across the city. There is no agenda, just a chance to chat, get advice, meet peers and take advantage of the desk space and free wifi without worrying about moving on. This is also a chance to explore one of Sunderland’s finest new creative venues, The Peacock in Sunderland. We will be in accessible space on the ground floor.

You can also book a slot with Sunderland Culture Producer Laura Brewis, who can talk through a project idea, give advice on funding bids and discuss development opportunities in Sunderland and beyond.

Co-working days and Artist Surgeries are a monthly opportunity, taking place at different places around the city. They are not just for freelancers, but anyone from the arts, culture, creative or heritage sector who wants to take first steps back into the world, have a break from the home office and work together.

Book your place here, or complete a sign up form at the event.

This event is co-produced in partnership with North East Cultural Freelancers.

This opportunity is offered as part of Unlock which supports the development of artists and creative businesses in Sunderland, delivered by Sunderland Culture. The Unlock programme is part-funded by the European Structural and Investment Funds through the Sunderland Community Led Local Development Programme and the Coastal Communities Fund.

About CLLD

The Sunderland Community Led Local Development Programme (CLLD) is a five year programme aimed at stimulating the local economy to deliver jobs and economic growth by supporting activity that addresses local needs and opportunities. Funded with the help of £3.05m of European Structural and Investment Funds and a further £2.75m match funding, the programme will deliver wide-ranging social and economic benefits.


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