Creative Bedfordshire is back with a new format and a new venue



Creative Bedfordshire is back with a new format and a new venue


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Join us at The Ent Shed on Castle Road, Bedford, on 2nd May from 7-9pm to explore ways to create a living from your practice.

Punk musician, film director and author Richard Jobson will join us for a Q&A about how he has made his creative practice pay. Get your questions ready for Richard.

Ever wondered why shops stock some products but not others? Gemma Hutton, Marketing and Sales Manager for The Higgins will join us to share her experience as buyer for The Higgins shop.

Thinking about making the leap from weekend warrior to full time creative? Join us to hear from Keith Purdie, Business Development Manager of the I-Kan and I-Lab, he will tell us about the ‘My Incubator’ service to help us commercialise our creative practice.

Creative Bedfordshire is for creatives of all kinds living and working in Bedfordshire, so whether you work in the arts, run a creative business or are a freelance artist, actor, producer, maker or musician (or commission them), this network is for you. If you have a question you’d like us to put to Richard Jobson or want to book an open mic slot please email us at   Creative Bedfordshire is free of charge to attend thanks to the generosity of Bedford Borough Council Economic Development.

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