Creative Kernow staff are for the most part working from home and all our projects continue to operate. There have been a number of temporary changes to how we provide our services, but we are working hard to minimise disruption as much as possible.
Each project has summarised below what changes have been put in place and more details are available on project websites and social media.
We will be using this page for significant updates. Please also check our social media platforms for more information.
Our creative hub remains open for studio tenants, their clients and essential deliveries only. Anyone who feels unwell or experiences symptoms should not travel to the site. Access for the public to any areas of our buildings is currently not permitted.
Contact with staff should be made by email and the Reception office will re-open for telephone enquiries from Monday 15th June.
The café at Krowji is closed and the planned re-opening date will be subject to revision depending on government advice.
Carn to Cove and C Fylm
We are working with our network of voluntary promoters and artists to bring live events back to our village halls and community spaces as soon as we feel safe to do so. In the meantime, we are supporting our sector as best we can, and are planning a number of different ways that we can continue to share high quality experiences with rural audiences.
Our website will be updated as new dates are confirmed, and although the team continues to work from home, we will respond to any emails as quickly as we can.
We are aiming to be as flexible as possible to help our partners and event organisers to promote their work through Cornwall 365 What’s On. We plan to deliver an Autumn Guide but we will respond to the sector and adjust our plans if necessary. We can assist with promoting your re-opening plans across our various platforms. Please get in touch for more information.
Together with the Tin Coast Partnership we are aiding sector recovery by commissioning a series of events on the Tin Coast from September – March 2021. Information about the successful proposals will be announced in early August.
The Cultivator team are working from home and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. We have put in place ways to continue the safe delivery of all strands of the Cultivator project.
If you are in the process of signing up to become a Cultivator client and need some assistance, please can you email email@example.com and we will do our best to respond within 2 working days.
One to one sessions between Creative Business Advisors and Cultivator clients are now held by either phone or Zoom. Please don’t worry, your Creative Business Advisor will be in touch to discuss how your session will take place.
We will keep you updated of any changes via the Cultivator website and e-bulletin.
Stay safe and well.
At this stage FEAST funding rounds will be continuing as planned. Guidance will be issued as official advice for event organisers changes. We are awaiting further information from the Arts Council regarding grant programmes to help compensate individual artists and freelancers for lost earnings. The team will be working remotely so please use the e mail address to get in touch.
Screen Cornwall has remained open over the past few months and is available to respond to any location, crew or talent development enquiries. Our team will be working partially from home and our office. If you’d like to speak to us, get in touch with us on 01209 312504/ 07855 321048 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment of grants and invoices from artists / suppliers
We expect these will continue to be paid within our normal timescales.