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Musicians in Newport Encouraged to Complete Short Survey

Take CULT Cymru’s short survey, and help them identify whether there’s an interest in networking between creatives in the Newport area for potential collaboration, community engagement and more.

Published: 24 May 2022 | 3:03 PM
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CULT Cymru want to engage with local creatives (across all sectors) to identify whether there's an interest in meeting other creatives in the Newport area. Photo credit: Shutterstock

CULT Cymru's joint-union learning programme is working in partnership with Urban Circle Newport (UCN - a socially engaged production house) to develop and deliver a range of learning and industry engagement sessions with young adults in the Newport area.

They want to engage with local creatives (across all sectors) to identify whether there's an interest in meeting other creatives in the Newport area for e.g. potential collaboration, information sharing, training, community engagement, general networking etc.

If you’d like to hear more, please complete their brief survey.

Take the survey.

If you have any queries then please contact sian@bectu.org.uk

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