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The UK-Nigeria Creative Partnership Programme

If you’re working in the entertainment industry, probably as a filmmaker, a scriptwriter, a fashion designer, a music producer or a TV presenter, you may consider yourself eligible to apply for this exciting opportunity. The British Council and New World Nigeria are organising the UK-Nigeria Creative Partnership Programme and Seminar.

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If you’re working in the entertainment industry, probably as a filmmaker, a scriptwriter, a fashion designer, a music producer or a TV presenter, you may consider yourself eligible to apply for this exciting opportunity. The British Council and New World Nigeria are organising the UK-Nigeria Creative Partnership Programme and Seminar. Innovative, creative and digital practitioners working in the UK and/or Nigeria’s film/TV, fashion, music or digital media sectors have been called to participate in this seminar which will hold for three days on 4, 5 and 6 August 2012 at Theatre Royal Stratford East, London. Here are details of the forthcoming event:

Date: August 4 and 5, 2012
Facilitated by Hatch Events, participants will benefit from being at the forefront of a wider business to business platform – gaining access to industry leaders, creative investment communities, and inspiring routes into regional and international markets.

Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Applicants based in the UK please visit this link for the application form, the submission deadline is 9 July.
Applicants based in Nigeria please visit this link for the application form, the submission deadline is 2 July.

Date: August 6 2012
Participants will be invited to share their challenges and solutions at a wide reaching symposium of UK and Nigeria-based creative practitioners, businesses, consultants, investors and policymakers.

Time: 2.30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

For more information about this symposium or to register attendance please contact cce@britishcouncil.org.

For full details about the event, click on this link to visit the page on the British Council website.

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Lulu Oyigah trained as a geologist. She is passionate about nature, writing, arts and crafts, and interior design. She writes, and edits, for connectnigeria.com.

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