An opportunity for creative practitioners to share expertise and advice on continuing to make, sell and create in this challenging time

This online roundtable explores some of the ways that those in the creative and cultural sectors are adapting in order to continue to make, sell and create in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. We look at what the future looks like and what happens when people buy/sell locally, covid-safe spaces open up again for making and exhibiting, what customers and audiences might crave and need over the next few months, the positives that online creativity can bring and how people can work together to minimise risk.    


  • LUCY PAINE (always possible / CHAIR)
  • RACHAEL PERRIN (Soundcastle)
  • SARAH LEWIS (Writer’s HQ)
  • AMY ISLES FREEMAN (Freelance illustrator)
  • ALASTAIR WHATLEY (The Original Theatre Company)
  FUNDED BY Brighton & Hove City Council and the London borough of Merton FACILITATED BY always possible, in collaboration with the Brighton & Hove Arts & Creative Industries Commission and Merton Cultural Advisory Group