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- 12 Dec 14
Introducing Elena Mironenko, Temporary Researcher at TFCC.
We are very pleased to welcome Elena Mironenko to the TFCC team. Elena is the Museum Director of the Geology Museum of Central Siberia, based in Krasnoyarsk. We met Elena during our work with city of Krasnoyarsk in 2009, when TFCC was delivering a Keynote Speech at the Siberian Federal University. She will be working with TFCC during the month of December, focusing her research on best practice in museums, operations & management.
- 10 Dec 14
Creative and Cultural Visioning for the Central to Eveleigh Transport and Urban Regeneration Programme, Sydney, Australia.
TFCC has been commissioned by Urban Growth New South Wales and Arup to explore the potential role of the creative industries and wider cultural sector for this large-scale regeneration and development project. This is a huge three kilometre stretch of government owned land around and within the rail corridor from Central to Macdonaldtown and Erskineville Stations in central Sydney. TFCC will be involved in visioning workshops and scoping for best and next practice internationally.
- Nov 28 14
Tom Fleming as Guest Lecturer, University of Warwick Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, UK.
This lecture will feature the TFCC portfolio over the last decade and explore the changing world of cultural policy and creative industries agendas. It will feature examples from our work in different countries and critically reflect on the role of cultural consultancies, independent research and technical expertise in shaping sector development.
- Nov 27 14
Sing to Live, Live to Sing - Mapping Exercise. Kensington and Chelsea, London, UK.
Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy has been commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to map provision and potential need for singing activities and to explore the role they can play in delivering outcomes such as improved health and well-being. Sing to Live, Live to Sing is a singing for health programme in Kensington and Chelsea, initiated by the Arts Service in partnership with Tri-Borough Public Health. This project builds from our previous work with the Borough in exploring the social capital generated by active participation in arts and culture.
- 18 Nov 14
Tom Fleming part of British Council Creative Hubs Steering Group.
The Steering Group is a pool of experts advising on 'hubs' in the creative economy. It consists of leading members from across the creative community, and focuses its work on providing support and creating sustainable futures for creative hubs across the EU and beyond.
This work builds on Tom Fleming's report for the 'Creative Hubs Forum' in Portugal earlier this year. The important work on creative hubs continues, and Tom Fleming is looking forward to chair the next symposium in Portugal in January 2015.
A summary of the 'Creative Hubs Forum' report, published in collaboration with Vanya Rodrigues, can be found here:
For more information about the Steering Group and Creative Hubs programme, visit: