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31st March 2017

Tom Fleming speaking at Tallinn Music Week, Estonia

Tom Fleming will present his ideas on 'opening up creativity' at Tallinn Music Week. He will describe the importance of cities in an age of nationalism and identify the types of spaces and platforms that encourage new types of creative practice.

Tallinn Music Week is one of Europe's leading music and cultural festivals with 237 artists from 33 countries in the music line-up; a film and conference programme; and a design and cuisine offer.

30th March 2017

Tom Fleming to keynote at Eurocities Culture Forum, Tallinn, Estonia

This major annual gathering brings together over 60 cities from across Europe to explore the role of culture in city development.

This year focuses on innovative models for cultural governance and partnerships in cities. Tom will draw on experience from across Europe to introduce best and next practice in governance and partnership. This includes a focus on investment, collaboration and sustainability.

20th March 2017

Coaching on creative industries strategy, Angers, France

Tom Fleming is in Angers as an expert coach to the city as part of the Culture for Cities and Regions programme. This is a major collaborative research and development programme to explore the role of culture in city and regional development across Europe. Led by Eurocities and funded by the Creative Europe programme, the programme involves the development of best practice case studies, knowledge exchange and professional development in culture-led cities and regions.

Tom will work with Angers to explore governance and partnership models; priority sectors; and international best practice.

Tom Fleming is one of four specially commissioned expert coaches. In 2017 this involves a coaching role in cultural policy and the creative industries for the cities of Angers (France), Loule (Portugal) and Oulu (Finland).

17th March 2017

Evaluation of Criw Celf, Wales

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy has been commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales to evaluate Criw Celf, a Wales-wide programme developing young visual artists. Run in partnership with schools and galleries, Criw Celf provides young people who have demonstrated a particular talent or potential in the visual and applied arts the opportunity to develop their artistic skills by working alongside professional artists in a variety of gallery and site-specific settings outside the curriculum. This evaluation builds on our work developing the Criw Celf Evaluation Guide and Toolkit. The data collected using the tool will inform this evaluation.

13th March 2017

TFCC Commissioned to Develop a Creative Economy Blueprint for Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley, Malaysia

This landmark study of the creative economy of the largest city and conurbation in Malaysia will involve detailed mapping to establish a creative industries baseline; extensive sector consultation to explore the opportunities and barriers to growth; and an advocacy programme to build policy commitment. This project is in partnership with My Performing Arts Agency with the support of Frost & Sullivan. It builds on the initial situation analysis undertaken by Tom Fleming in late 2015, supported by Think City and the British Council.