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15 January 09

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy in Syria

This January we are developing a new working relationship with the Syria Trust for Development. Tom Fleming is to facilitate a workshop in Damascus which will focus on strategic opportunities for the Syrian cultural and heritage sectors. This will set in motion the development of a framework for culture and heritage that links the amazing historic assets of Syria to the country's contemporary creative economy.

www.syriatrust.org

19 December 08

Supporting the Moving Image Group

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy welcomes the opportunity to work with the Moving Image Group to develop their cultural leadership credentials.

Moving Image Group (MIG) is an affiliation of a number of the UK's most dynamic organisations working in the artists' moving image niche. Since being established in 1998, MIG has begun to establish its reputation for creating a responsive, informed and accessible network and forum for growing, discussing and sharing debates around policy issues and challenges connected to developing the contribution artists and moving image make to the UK's creative industries.

The Moving Image Group's primary assets are the organisations that it is comprised of and the individual talent working within those organisations. Partners include BFI, FACT, Portland Green, Animate Projects, Picture This and Onedotzero. These elements give MIG access to a range of partnerships and networks in the public and private sector, as well as to the established, high profile and up and coming artistic talent it wishes to grow.

18 December 08

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy - A Creative Cluster Programme for Lebanon

At Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy we are excited to be working in partnership with Cisco to develop a Creative Cluster Programme for Lebanon. The 2009 programme will aim to maximise the potential transformative role provided by proposed new broadband infrastructure. We will be leading a research and consultation process to generate partnership and debate through a series of consultation events leading to a Creative Strategy Action Plan.

With a rich history of creative expression, and a diaspora of leading creative companies, the opportunity exists for Lebanon to flourish as a creative hub for the Middle East and wider region.

www.cisco.com

10 December 08

A Business Plan for Creative Islington

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy has been appointed by Creative Islington for the research and development of its business plan for the next 3 years, assisting its ambitions to be a dynamic and co-ordinated agency providing high quality services to the arts and creative sector in Islington.

Creative Islington is a network organisation/development agency for Islington's not-for-profit arts, creative and cultural industries. It is in a unique position to bridge the gap between community-based organisations and the wider creative and cultural industries, and to contribute strongly to education and economic activity in the borough, while re-establishing itself as a creative hub for Islington.

Through a partnership that includes Sadler's Wells, London Borough of Islington, and a mix of voluntary organisations, learning and skills institutions, and creatvie businesses, Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy will support Creative Islington to develop an effective role for the future.

www.sadlerswells.com
www.islington.gov.uk/Leisure/ArtsAndEntertainment/

05 December 08

Corby Priority Place: Living Places Partnership Research

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy has been appointed by Corby Borough Council to carry out the Corby Priority Place, Living Places Partnership Research. The research will aim to provide a better understanding of cultural consumption and participation in Corby, which in turn will help policy makers to make informed decisions about programming and delivery. Working with Susex Arts Marketing (sam), Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy will explore opportunities for establishing appropriate cultural infrastructure in a town that has, historically, had an under-developed cultural offer and lower than average audience levels.

www.corby.gov.uk
www.living-places.org.uk
www.sam-culture.com