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“You are the value. You are the talent. You are important.” – Our best ever showcase…

What a night! Not only did our new Chair take up the reigns, but for the first time ever our annual showcase was hosted by a panel of superstar Creative Access alumni; a huge reflection on all we have achieved since setting up; that our community are rising to senior levels and become stellar ambassadors for […]

Brighton rocks for our inaugural publishing masterclass of 2020

Creative Access hit the road for the first 2020 event in partnership with The Publishers Association. Aimed at encouraging under-represented audiences to pursue a career in publishing, we were thrilled to be hosted by University of Brighton in the Sallis Benney theatre… With a 100 strong audience of wannabe publishers, our panel kicked off by talking […]

Creative Access appoints new Chair of Board of Directors

Creative Access has today announced the appointment of Stephen Page as Chair of the Board of Directors Set up in 2012, with a mission to change the face of the creative industries, the organisation has already made a huge impact. Creative Access has placed almost 2,000 candidates in paid 3 to 12 month roles, has […]

Media Coverage

McCann Health Launches IGNITE Internship with the help of Creative Access – coverage from Little Black Book

With the help of Creative Access, McCann Health has launched their IGNITE Internship – a creative careers programme open to any and all creatives. Read Little Black Book’s full coverage here. If you’re interested in applying, click here.

CA board member, Naren Patel, featured in Campaign Magazine

Naren Patel, a member of Creative Access’ advisory board and founder of Media for All, was featured in Campaign Magazine’s article on BAME talent in Adland. Read the full article here.

Stephen Page announced as new Creative Access Chair, reports Arts Professional

Creative Access has appointed Stephen Page as the Chair of its Board of Directors, reports Arts Professional. You can read the full article here.


‘You’d have an easier time if you Anglicised your name’ – advice given to me as an aspiring journalist…

Khaleda Rahman has come so far since her internship with Creative Access in 2013. She has worked across the world in offices in London, New York and Sydney, but one thing she has noticed consistently is the diversity problem in journalism. Khaleda shares some of her own experiences with us… Walking into an unfamiliar newsroom […]

Q&A with Creative Access’ new Head of Programmes

We are so happy to welcome the newest member to the Creative Access team, Laura, who has joined us as our Head of Programmes! In honour of her joining, we arranged a Q&A with her to learn more about her role and what brought her to Creative Access, and ask what advice she would give […]

“Living my art world dreams”; reflections from a Christie’s Masters Student

This time a year ago, Creative Access was set the task of finding a candidate for The Christie’s Education Trust to join their MA History of Art and Art World Practice. Following a hugely competitive application process, the successful candidate was the brilliant Robyn Orovwuje-Forbes. Here she fills us in on how it’s going since she started… Just […]