Join The Creative Collective: Database & Networking - Unity Theatre

Join The Creative Collective
Part of our Building a Future: Artist Emergency Response Programme

A free online database and networking resource for Liverpool-based artists, responding to feedback from artists requesting a central space to find others working in the city.

Split across five broad areas of practice, the collective gives you the opportunity to connect, collaborate and skills share with fellow creatives, as well as the practical information to link up through a database of artist information.

A programme of monthly-meet up sessions, facilitated by Unity, will allow artists on the database to stay connected through lockdown. The monthly meet-up sessions will allow you to meet others in your field, but will also pair up different practices and disciplines from the following list, to support and develop artist practice:

Directors & Choreographers
Producers
Designers, Makers & Digital
Devisers & Writers
Performers

To sign-up, please fill in form below telling us who you are and what kind of people in different practices you’d like to meet

Introductory sessions will be held from late-May.

Creative Collective Database

Join our online database of Liverpool-based artists for the opportunity to connect, collaborate, network and join skills sharing sessions.
  • This infomation will allow us to faciliate networking sessions with those working in similar creative fields.
  • This infomation will allow us to faciliate networking sessions with those working in similar creative fields.
  • This infomation will allow us to faciliate cross-over sessions with those working in different creative fields, helping you form partnerships and collaborators.
  • This will allow us to create workshops suited to your needs and pair you up with others on the database requesting similar skills shares.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

The Creative Collective is part of Unity’s ongoing Creative Card programme, to support and equip more Liverpool based artists to create sustainable models for creating their work and to self-produce on a local, regional, and national stage.