Take Our Sustaining Creativity Survey

2017 is our tenth anniversary year at Julie's Bicycle and we are starting the year off by launching the second edition of our Sustaining Creativity survey.

Our Sustaining Creativity survey exists to help us to better map the current creative and cultural dimensions of climate change and how the creative community thinks about the climate challenge.

We first ran this survey three years ago and it gave us useful indicators of on-going cultural shifts: where there was movement, and where ideas had got stuck. We want to understand what has changed since then, so some of the questions are the same. But much has changed and we want to capture the range and breadth of creative practice that is happening, so there are also new questions.

The survey is aimed at directors and senior managers of creative and cultural organisations. We would be extremely grateful if you would take 10 - 15 minutes to share your insights, which will contribute to the next phase of JB’s work both in terms of supporting the sector, and in advocating to others about the crucial role the creative community plays in facing the climate challenge. We want to get as broad a range of responses as possible, so we'd also be very thankful if you could share the survey with any other organisations whose views you think are valuable to capture. 

The survey deadline has been extended and will now close at midnight on Tuesday 21st February 2017.

Please note this has been extended from the original deadline of Thursday 9 February 2017. 

There is a prize draw for a case of organic wine (or something non-alcoholic!) for you to celebrate your team’s achievements.

Image Matthew Plummer-Fernandez, Peak Simulator (2015) - Photo © Chris Foster - Abandon Normal Devices.

Sustaining Creativity