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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1st pilot of the Artists Circles in Matera, Italy

1st pilot of the Artists Circles in Matera, Italy

The valuable and inspiring experience of Global FemArt training pathway started at Materahub on the 10th February with the 1st pilot of the Artists Circles carried out with 5 enthusiastic female artpreneurs willing to internationalise their creative businesses and...

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The Global FemART Artist Circles™ in the UK

The Global FemART Artist Circles™ in the UK

In Sheffield, Inova Consultancy hosted the first piloting phase of the Global FemART Artist Circles™ from December 2019 to January 2020. Over the course of four sessions, seven amazing and inspiring ladies came together to discuss their experiences and challenges in...

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Panni’s Story

Panni’s Story

As a creative entrepreneur, I draw on my maternal and paternal grandmother’s lines who collectively migrated to different countries for work, spanning China, Africa, Malaysia and the U.K. I was born in London. At 7, I won a scholarship to a local arts school but with...

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