Explore how festivals are driving economic impact across South East Asia.
UK-SEA Creative Hubs Connect is a new online network connecting Creative Hub leaders, innovators, and practitioners in South East Asia and the UK.
Explore resources for learning and for discovering virtual arts and culture programmes.
The Malaysia Cultural Insights report aims to provide information about the Malaysian cultural sector and wider creative industries to facilitate international collaborations and exchanges.
The Malaysia Cultural Cities Profile reports aim to provide an overview of eight Malaysian cities, outlining their cultural diversity, population, heritage, assets and policies.
This report is an evidential analysis of the cultural and creative economy of Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley.
The Digital Craft Toolkit is part of the British Council’s Crafting Futures project, developed to expand crafting business learning opportunities via an online platform.
Creative Communities Learning Lab is a new series of free, dynamic and accessible online learning modules by creatives, for creatives worldwide.
An evaluation of the Hubs For Good programme in Malaysia was conducted with the primary aim of identifying the programme’s outcomes, strengths and weaknesses.
This report maps art and cultural collectives in Malaysia, with a particular focus on creative hubs in urban areas.
The Hubs For Good Toolkit is a free resource for those managing or seeking to set up creative hubs in Malaysia.
A digital platform developed through the Hubs for Good programme to connect Malaysian creative hubs, and increase their visibility to policy-makers and the public.
A study of creative hubs and community-based collectives across Malaysia.
Published in 2017, the report highlights various creative hubs across the region, and illuminates a few commonalities and opportunities.
Featuring responses from established and start-up hubs, the report is a growing directory of creative hubs and spaces in Malaysia.
This mapping report provides a record of creative hubs across England, along with an overview of their role, their challenges and their drive to deliver social and economic impact.
This mapping report provides a record of creative hubs across Scotland, along with an overview of their sustainability, social and economic impacts, and their international connections.
The Creative HubKit is a free toolkit for those already managing or looking to set up a creative hub.
For Malaysia grant applicants who are looking to partner with UK artists or arts organisations, we have listed down links to various directories compiled by UK organisations.