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the new hub intern on why the music industry needs game-changers

Radio presenter, music editor, blogger and student Deborah Findlater is the hub's new intern. Here she identifies areas in the music industry that need urgent attention. Read More

Some early morning musings on Labour Party new creative industries network plans

Last night, the shadow culture secretary, Ivan Lewis MP, announced the launch of the Labour Party’s new Creative Industries Network, established it seems to link arts organisations with businesses. Members will include arts organisations, trade unions and businesses, and the network will be tasked with determining what arts organisations need in order to develop important […]Read More

Life as the hub Intern…

Life as the hub’s Fertilizer Festival Intern has been fantastic so far, nearly 3 weeks in and I feel like I’ve been here 3 months! That is due to not only to being made to feel very welcome and at home by the lovely directors and hub ‘family’ but also from the fact that there’s […]Read More

Festival Marketing Internship Opportunity

the hub is on the hunt for a hungry marketer looking to get a break in music. If you think you?ve got marketing in your genes, are looking for somewhere to prove it, and are passionate about all sorts of new music, then we?d love to hear from you. We?re looking for a marketing intern […]Read More

creative production internship opportunity

March to May 2008 In keeping with its philosophy of not just thinking and talking but actually doing, the hub is developing a range of cross-artform creative programmes and seeks an intern to work on research and development of these ideas. You?ll be working on a diverse range of content-focused initiatives from doing an audit […]Read More

Festivals Box Office Internship

the hub is leading a programme of consultation and research, funded by Arts Council England, into developing an online box office service and marketing training programme especially for voluntary sector festivals, to be launched in 2008. To do this we are working in partnership with the Association of Festival Organisers (AFO) and the British Arts […]Read More