The SEED fellowship focuses on scoping and developing a new UK-China creative industries research and innovation hub through scoping sectors, engaging stakeholders, empowering participants, and developing future-focused visions and strategies. The SEED mini grants are to facilitate short-term, small-scale UK-China creative collaboration which can be completed within four months.
As part of your application for the SEED Fellowship (UK-China creative industries research and innovation hub Fellowship)’s mini grants, we would like you to complete the following form, and submit it by the specified deadline.
Round Two Call will focus on the following creative industries sectors:
- IT, software and computer services
- Museums, Galleries and Libraries
- Music, performing and visual arts
Deadline: 4pm, 22nd Sept 2023
The deadline has been extended to 4pm (GMT), 6th October 2023
The applicant must be a salaried member of staff at a research organisation in the UK or China.
The project must have at least a UK-based and a China-based partner.