Global FemArt aims to develop specific support for the entrepreneurial development of female artists and creatives, through a holistic programme combining online training and mentoring. The training programme will enable female artists and creatives to develop their understanding of how to run and develop a creative business, as well as strengthening their self-confidence and self-efficacy.

Global FemArt will also help female artists and creatives to take the next steps within their business, encouraging them to move towards a more globalised trade.

This will be in line with the EU 2020 Strategy for Growth and Jobs, which aims to build a cultural sector capable of increasingly contributing to employment and growth across Europe.


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