Organisations that support Creative Futures
Cinema Plus is an educational charity based at Cinema City, a 3 screen cultural cinema in the centre of Norwich. Working with partners, Cinema Plus delivers a wide range of activities and courses, both at Cinema City and around the county via an outreach strategy.
Cinema Plus also helps coordinate a wide range of projects such as film heritage, reminiscence sessions, arts festivals and public screenings and events including Creative Futures.
BBC Voices is a media workshop and production unit for film, music and radio. They are the home of BBC Introducing in Norfolk which showcases local music talent! They jhave been an i
Culture Shift is a creative and cultural agency which produces and manages Creative Futures in partnership with Cinema Plus and BBC Voices.
In addition to creative and cultural project management, the Shift offers design, arts marketing and other related services.
Future Projects is a community based charity located in the West of Norwich, based in an area marked by significant disadvantage in learning, skills, employment, health and crime indicators. Future Projects is increasingly becoming a driving force for social change in the area and now delivers a wide range of programmes across Norwich and the wider area.
Laboratory Media Education offer high quality music and media education combined with existing and emerging technology in the form of workshops, modules and training.
We believe every child, young person and student has the right to learn, using the latest relevant technologies, providing the best possible opportunities.
Norwich University of the Arts is a dynamic and creative community providing arts, design and media education.
Based in the heart of the city of Norwich, it has an esteemed history as a School of Art and is now a fully-fledged University offering a full range of courses. The University is an important place to start when considering a career in the Creative Industries.
University of East Anglia The UEA Careers Service have been a contributor to Creative Futures since the first year and help to provide volunteers and information. This year the student Union are providing two workshops on filming and producing a magazine.
UEA:TV. Previously known as Nexus, at 45 years old, UEA:TV are one of the oldest societies at UEA. More recently, UEA:TV have produced more content than any other student television station associated with NaSTA (National Student Television Awards) and certainly to an very high standard.
Bright Yellow Marketing have become the best known social media marketing company and as well as offering services to individuals and companies, they also run social media training courses abd services for authors. Chris Greenfield is also a certified Hootsuite ambassador, meaning there is little he doesn't knwo about Twitter!
Outline is an independent magazine aimed at providing you with a definitive guide of where to go in relation to pubs, clubs and arts events in Norwich.
Roboarmadillo is the startup company of student Adam Ferguson who has taken the opportunities offered by new technology by the scruff of the neck. He has combined a talent for programming, an interest in gaming and electronics and developed an affordable robotics starter kit.