Mekong Cultural Hub

Nicola Turner (Nicola)

NT Creative Arts
Nicola Turner has over 25 years experience of developing creative ideas and people. She is Director of NT Creative Arts, offering arts consultancy, creative project and event development and management, training, facilitation and coaching in the cultural and creative sector. She is based in London and works in the UK and internationally, specialising in leadership, entrepreneurship and strategic creative planning, design and development.

Consultancy includes the design and delivery of leadership programmes such as ACCELERATE Programme for the British Council Australia; International Creative Entrepreneurs (ICE) for Creative Scotland and the SEAΔ Program for the Mekong Cultural Hub and British Council. Event production ranges from the Making Digital Work event at the Library of Birmingham for the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts on behalf of Nesta, Arts Council England and AHRC; The ‘D’ Word event for NitroBEAT and the Barbican and major conferences and sharing events for the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Facilitation includes policy planning consultation and forum events for Arts for Change for Arts for the British Council Myanmar.

Nicola has been an Associate Tutor on the MA in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship at Goldsmiths, University of London since 2014, specialising in entrepreneurial development, she teaches in the UK and contributes to external delivery such as the British Council’s Creative Spark: Higher Education Enterprise Programme in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

She was previously the Assistant Director for the Cultural Leadership Programme (CLP), leading on the strategic development of work-based learning and a Programme Manager in the Fellowship Team at Nesta.
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