About

Our organization believes in the creative capacity of everyone, whether it is on the performing, fine, illustrative, and liberal arts.
Our desire is to put creativity to good use. We want to encourage, inspire, and motivate those who have a burning passion for creativity inside them. The organization believes in the capacity of the human person to become a creative influence in society and to the rest of the world.
Our vision is to become one of the solid foundations of creativity that endeavors everyone of all ages, gender, race, and …

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Our Work

ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND This council has currently launched programs in...

Church And Dwight

This programme made at the American-owned Church & Dwight beauty and cleaning production centre, and the office was targeted to bring forth employee engagement and improvements in employee productivity through the programme. Creative Folkestone had contacted a creative organisation in 2015 to come up with a programme that would delve into the life and work experiences of Church & Dwight employees to better understand how to improve the employee engagement program of the said company and production centre. Three hundred (300) factory workers and office staffs have been ...

Leicester Ageing Together

The introduction of technology and creativity to the elderly in Leicester has been made possible by the funding of The Baring Foundation’s Digital Arts and Creative Ageing Awards, alongside The Nominet Trust. The study focuses on how these digital tools are capable of bringing creativity and maintain the wellbeing of the old people under the Leicester Ageing Together organisations. Creative organisations have taken action to the study whether these innovations on the Internet, social networking sites, and other digital technologies can truly help older individuals in their ...

Hull City Of Culture

This programme was made in partnership with Hull2017, alongside the City of Culture programme that includes the city of Hull. They focused on how culture is a formidable aspect of society through initiating it to the people, developing it to become their own and having everyone own it. The community has leaned towards creative organizations to create an opportunity for everyone in Hull to recognize their creative flair and celebrate their very own passions. In turn, the programme also seeks the nourishment of this culture to bring forth a moving force to change their views on their ...

Cultural Democracy

Arts Council England has commissioned another round of creative programmes, with the collaboration of creative organisations in the UK, following the success of Everyday Creativity in 2016.
The programme has been designed to be a revolutionary approach to arts and culture and how it engages everyone in an active setting. This focuses on how people count methods and habits as culture, its settings, participation, and the recipient of the given culture. This is no new concept, but this has been around and has been gaining focus in arts and culture. However, this concept has been seen as…

What We Do

Creative Events Promoter and Organiser
We are one of the UK organizations that promote creativity in all forms. We continue to formulate fun, interactive activities that will bring out the creative juices inside our participants and guests. We are also a provider of resources that will introduce, cultivate, and demonstrate the creativity needed by everyone in all aspects of life, whether you are working or studying.
Support and Facilitation to Client Activities
As emissaries of creativity and the arts, we want to use creativity in order to bring on culture change in the …

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Great DIY Dog Toy Ideas You Can Make at Home

Aside from giving quality dog food one must read the review of Pet Plate. Giving toys to your dogs is important to make them feel active, happy, and not bored. Nevertheless, you do not need to spend much on buying them toys. Here are some great DIY toy ideas for your dogs.
Ball Tug
If you have an old shirt, you can turn this to a dog toy. Aside from an old shirt, you need scissors and a tennis ball to create a ball tug. You just need to lay the shirt flat and cut it into three. Then, you wrap the ball in the 2 …

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Benefits of Learning to Play an Instrument

Do you love music? Are you planning to learn to play an instrument? This article by https://mymusicexpress.com/ is for you. Here are the main reasons why you should start taking up music lessons:

It Helps You Become Smarter

Learning to play an instrument can improve your cognitive ability because it involves remembering where chords and notes are and how to read the music sheet. Thus, your brain will be more familiar with learning. Your mind will be regularly stimulated, which helps in grasping new…

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Enhancing the Artist Creative Mindset with CBD

Buying and trying CBD products are one of the rising therapeutic solutions in the market today. From pain relief to calming epilepsy, this substance holds a lot of potential for medical and pharmaceutical use to achieve health and well-being. In addition to being a medical hit in most households around the world, CBD is also known to be a good substance for relaxation. Those who take this non-psychoactive substance are known to experience a wave of calmness. With that, it can be said that cbd oil for anxiety…

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Why Watching Science Fiction Helps You To Be More Creative?

Producing creative ideas every day requires good energy. The weird thing is that creativity is the same as a ridiculous matter that you can’t establish its existence, but you can only feel it. According to altadefinizione, Each one of us has its way of being creative. An excellent way to gain ideas and develop your creativity is through watching movies/TV online, especially sci-fi motion pictures.
Now, to give back this claim up that watching science fiction movies can genuinely enhance your creativity, here are the studies conducted by two …

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Arts Council England

The Beginning of the Programme
This council has commissioned 64 million arts, amateur and professional ones, in various art disciplines to create a report that would look at the Everyday Creativity project across England. The council seeks to learn and understand the creative manners of every individual in the country and how to encourage more creative manners to everyday tasks and responsibilities.
The Process of the Study
January to March of 2016 begins the commissioning of the individuals assigned to produce the report. This involves local and national artists, …