Creative Wick publishes Living Lab report

Local creative economy champions Creative Wick have produced some research findings in an assessment of the impact of Covid-19 on the sector in Hackney Wick & Fish Island, and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The Living Lab report ‘We need each other more than ever’ can be downloaded in full here

It highlights the importance of having access to locally trusted networks for connections, support and information sharing.

Find out more about the Living Lab here

The Cultural Interest Group (CIG) meets monthly and has over 2000 local members. More information and to join the mailing list here

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