Apply for the Global Cultural Relations Programme 2022

Would you like to broaden your skills in international cultural relations, and network with cultural and creative practitioners around the world? Our Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP) is a unique opportunity for people working in the cultural and creative sectors.      Apply now for the opportunity to develop lifelong skills, increase your knowledge, build your international Apply for the Global Cultural Relations Programme 2022

The Global Cultural Relations Programme

The Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP) is our flagship training programme and aims to connect cultural professionals from all over the globe. The programme is designed for cultural and creative practitioners with an interest and experience in international collaboration. It develops participants’ skills and supports them to engage in international cultural relations through tailored peer-to-peer learning, cross-cultural collaboration and The Global Cultural Relations Programme

Meet our GCRP participants 2021

We’re very happy to announce the cultural changemakers and innovators selected to take part in our Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP) 2021! 59 participants have been selected from over 1,500 applications to take part in our flagship training programme for cultural and creative professionals around the world. They span 49 nationalities and numerous sectors including performing arts, music, audio visual, cultural heritage Meet our GCRP participants 2021

Unathi Lutshaba, GCRP 2021

Unathi Lutshaba is a creative economy expert at the South African Cultural Observatory (SACO), a cultural and creative industries research project which charts the socio-economic impact of the arts, culture and heritage sectors and the cultural and creative industries in South Africa. Lutshaba’s research interests include commerce and industry; the nature of work in the Unathi Lutshaba, GCRP 2021

Manojna Yeluri, GCRP 2021

A legal professional with a deep appreciation for creative entrepreneurship and the arts, Manojna Yeluri launched Artistik License in 2013, and has been working with the creative community ever since. She is a graduate of the NALSAR University of Law in Hyderabad, India and the UCLA School of Law, where she received her LLM in Entertainment, Media Manojna Yeluri, GCRP 2021

Carlos Zerpa, GCRP 2021

Carlos Zerpa is a transdisciplinary artist based in Caracas, Venezuela. His creative practice emerges at the intersection of storytelling, visual arts, and social commitment. Inspired by concrete issues of the global south, his work seeks to empower underrepresented characters by creating transgressive and irreverent narrative devices. Over the last ten years, he has directed and Carlos Zerpa, GCRP 2021

Daryna Zhyvohliadova, GCRP 2021

Daryna Zhyvohliadova is a results-oriented policy researcher (currently a PhD-candidate in Culture Studies at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv), cultural programme manager, and non-formal education trainer. She is currently working on a PhD paper in Culture Studies devoted to deep research into international cultural cooperation. As a practitioner, she holds the position of Deputy Head Daryna Zhyvohliadova, GCRP 2021

Pamela Zúñiga, GCRP 2021

Pamela Zúñiga is an Arts Manager from Mexico City, with over 10 years’ international experience, developing projects across all artistic disciplines and creative economy for the public and nonprofit sector in The Netherlands, Spain and Mexico. She currently works for the British Council in Mexico, as Head of Arts and Creative Economy, where she leads Pamela Zúñiga, GCRP 2021

Nallely Vázquez, GCRP 2021

Nallely Vázquez is a dancer and cultural promoter. She has a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from the Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology (ITAM) and is currently studying Contemporary Dance at the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (INBAL). Nallely works for the province of Ontario at the Canadian Embassy in Mexico and has Nallely Vázquez, GCRP 2021