Forms & Guidelines

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Applications & Guidelines


Creativeworks London, has funded almost 150 collaborative projects between researchers and cultural and creative businesses in the capital since Autumn 2012. An exciting research programme has also been delivered, contributing detailed knowledge on London’s creative economies. After four very stimulating and engaging years, Creativeworks London will be drawing to a close in May 2016. We would like to invite Creativeworks London funded projects to put in a proposal to be part of our end of project festival which will be held on Friday 29th April 2016 at King’s College London, Strand Campus.

The deadline for completed forms is Friday 8th January 2016, 5pm and should be returned to All queries in the first instance should be directed to

Creativeworks London Festival Proposal Form

KCL spaces available for Creativeworks London Festival

Creativeworks London Festival Proposal deadline dates


Creativeworks London BOOST scheme has replaced the Creative Voucher scheme in the final stages of the Creativeworks London project. Creativeworks London BOOST is a follow on award that had been established to enable those businesses and researchers who have already benefited from Creativeworks London and London Creative and Digital Fusion support to develop and/or commercialise their ideas through an additional collaborative research project that benefits both the SME(s) involved and the Arts and Humanities research base in London.

Please note that the second and final round of the BOOST scheme is now closed (June 2015), there will be no further funding rounds of this scheme.

BOOST Guidelines and FAQ


This exciting initiative has been developed to support Cultural, Creative and Creative Digital sector entrepreneurs who are interested in undertaking a short-term residency with one of Creativeworks London’s research partners. The residencies will be focused on supporting entrepreneurs to work with the research community to assist in the development of new ideas, projects and products and/or to develop solutions to particular business needs.

Please note that the third and final round of the Creative Entrepreneur In Residence scheme is now closed (June 2015), there will be no further funding rounds of this scheme.

Creative Entrepreneur in Residence Guidelines



This scheme is jointly funded by Creativeworks London and London Creative and Digital Fusion. It invites businesses to identify their requirements for support and expertise. Through events, Creativeworks London’s Knowledge Exchange team arranges for a careful match with an appropriate Doctoral student or Postdoctoral researcher.

Please note that the fourth and final round of the Researcher In Residence scheme is now closed (December 2014), there will be no further funding rounds of this scheme.

Researcher in Residence Guidelines

Queen Mary - University of London
Arts & Humanities Research Council
European Union
London Fusion

Creativeworks London is one of four Knowledge Exchange Hubs for the Creative Economy funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to develop strategic partnerships with creative businesses and cultural organisations, to strengthen and diversify their collaborative research activities and increase the number of arts and humanities researchers actively engaged in research-based knowledge exchange.