Saturday, 14 February 2009



Calling all Cultural Experts!
Share your Cultural Expertise Internationally

Dear Colleague,

As someone with considerable expertise in the cultural field we would like to invite you to join an exciting online service we are launching is an interactive service allowing people working or interested in arts and culture to directly engage with experts from across the globe in a particular cultural area or theme. It's the perfect opportunity for experts in heritage, media, performing arts, visual arts, literature or a professional area such as management, education, marketing, funding, creative industries, etc., to share their knowledge and expertise with those who need help. is a free service and as an expert you can answer as many questions as you wish at your leisure. It will also develop over time as an important resource and archive, providing questions and answers on a range of topics of interest to the arts and cultural sector.

To register as an expert and to find out more about how this service works
simply visit

Sneak preview!
Be part of the European Year of Creativity and Innovation 2009

EUCLID is currently organising a series of events across the UK in April/May to celebrate the European Year of Creativity and Innovation, and we are currently seeking inspirational individuals to be part of these events.

The aim of this series of events is to highlight the importance of creativity and innovation in the broad economic and social context and individuals from Europe and beyond will be invited to stimulate debate and discussion.

Rather than being traditional conferences, the format for each event will seek to provide the maximum opportunity to best explore these themes and allow for a genuine input and participation from those attending.

If you would be interested in participating or would like to recommend someone who would make a positive contribution to these events then please email

We look forward to your “askanexpert” registration and to your suggestions regarding the proposed EYIC events.

Kind regards

Geoffrey Brown

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