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Join fellow creative leaders and visionaries in driving change
Our Federation members are changemakers. Spanning all creative sub-sectors across the UK, they champion and influence the Creative Industries, contribute to research and high-impact campaigns, and support the vision of Creative UK. Let us support you in achieving your goals, whilst you help us achieve ours - to cultivate a world where creativity is championed, valued, and nurtured.
We champion the priorities of our members, working with them to influence both policy and practice. Shape our campaigns, join roundtables, and drive meaningful change across the sector. Our priorities are People, Place, Planet.
Join colleagues from across the creative industries at a variety of key network meetings to connect with others, share insights and turn ideas into reality. This includes the Creative Skills & Futures Network, Diversity & Inclusion Network and Trade Body Network.
Gain exclusive access to our policy papers, data and insights, resources, comment pieces and thought leadership. We amplify members’ activity across our digital platforms, and commission original content to spotlight our members.
Students or young creatives will have access to membership, providing them with resources, opportunities and connections to launch their creative careers.
Receive up to £5,000 of savings, including free legal advice and discounts on business software, products, and services for your team. Our perk partners include Marquee TV, Hopin, FoundersCard, Journolink and more…
Receive invitations to industry leading events
Federation members can offer Creative UK access to unlimited colleagues and make the most of your membership.
Be at the Heart of the Creative Industries
Being a member of Creative UK gives us a great connection with industry, an opportunity to share knowledge and influence policy as well as share support with a strong network. Creative UK cultivate a world where creativity is championed, valued, and nurtured. They bring the sector together with a strong united voice, demonstrating the huge opportunity and value that the creative industries deliver for individuals and at scale.
There are few cultural organisations in UK with such authority and standing as Creative UK; the higher education sector gains significantly from the rigour of their research, and the power of their advocacy. As a leading arts education organisation in the UK, Arts University Bournemouth is proud to be a member of the organisation. We gain significantly from the work of Creative UK, from our shared network of contacts, our combined enthusiasm for innovation, and our joint commitment to the UK's creative future.
The Fringe Society plays a key role in lobbying and advocating for Fringe artists and venues; in Scotland and across the UK. Our membership to Creative UK allows us to layer our research and insight onto the national picture of Creative UK's campaigns to enhance the effectiveness and impact of our message, as well as align us to campaigns that make policy makers and funders take notice, building the impact of our work exponentially. Creative UK brings a broad range of voices and sectors to the table that we would otherwise find difficult to reach and this presents opportunities for new perspectives, collaborations and insights into our place within the Creative Industries sector and our collective voice for change.
The wider creative sector is a jewel in our economy and one of the UK’s fastest growing sectors. As a world leader in arts and entertainment, the UK has become a global hub for production and a magnet for direct foreign investment. Creative UK is playing a hugely important and influential role in championing and representing our industry, both within the UK and beyond these shores.
Pearson's membership with Creative UK enables us to take part in sector wide forums and discussions, giving us the direct contact with industry we rely on to ensure our qualifications remain current and support progression into the creative sector. They support our interests in creative education and industry related initiatives by lobbying government, speaking on our behalf at educational conferences and feeding into regulatory consultations.