We support the creative sector to learn, grow and connect, driven by the common belief that we can achieve more collectively than alone.
We forge collaborations – bringing together a community of like-minded creative businesses to promote opportunities and support sector growth.
We support Bristol creatives – providing a digital platform to recruit talent, raise the profile of our members and showcase excellence.
We encourage learning through our programme of keynote talks, portfolio review nights, community initiatives and skills workshops.
In-Person and Online
At Digital Gaggle, you’ll be inspired by digital marketing experts from across the globe who want to share their knowledge and provide you with tactics to generate mind-blowing results for your next campaign.
Experimentation and Technique
Hamilton House, Bristol, BS1 3QY
Discover a range of drawing techniques in structured sessions that are both fun and challenging. Referencing key artists, this course will enhance an appreciation of the methods used and develop your understanding of contemporary drawing practice.
Suitable for all abilities, including beginners.
In Conversation with Sky Factual
Watershed Cinema, Canon’s Road BS1 5TX
Fresh from Sky Documentaries winning Best Factual channel in the Broadcast Digital Awards, join the factual team from Sky as they share their ambitions for the genre and discuss ongoing opportunities for producers.
Individual & Startup
Showcase your profile, earn more, gain recognition for your work and get up to 40% off industry events.Select membership Pay monthly
Flaunt your work, connect with Bristol’s creative network and save on recruitment fees with free job adverts.Select membership Most popular
Student & Graduate
Get noticed by employers, see the latest jobs and launch your career in the South West’s creative industries.Select membership Free
“Not only is membership a great medium for attracting new talent but it acts as an invaluable professional development resource for our team through the many varied events and seminars. The creative community in Bristol wouldn’t be the same without it.”