Are you a freelancer or sole director working in the screen sector in Wales? We’d love to hear from you.
Open call to take part in research exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on screen sector workers in Wales.
We are inviting workers in the screen sector in Wales to take part in a national research project exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on the cultural industries across the UK. As part of this study, we are undertaking a specific case study into the screen sector workforce in Wales. By taking part, you will be lending your story, your experience and your vision to research that will inform those directly responsible for making cultural policy in Wales and the UK. You can learn more about the project and what it means to participate here.
Am I eligible?
- I am a freelancer, self-employed, sole trader, sole director of a limited company, or director of a micro enterprise; and
- I work in the Welsh screen sector including animation, film, television, games, VFX, immersive, post-production, or related activities.
What will be involved?
- A one hour interview over Zoom
- £40 per interview
How do I get involved?
- Fill out this form here and we’ll get back to you.
- Closing Date: 25 February 2021
Thank you for reading this and considering participating in this research project. We are looking forward to hearing back from you.
Who is organising/funding the research?
The research is a collaboration between the Centre for Cultural Value, the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC), The Audience Agency and a consortium of UK’s academic researchers in cultural management. It is part of a larger 15-month study funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), issued by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). This case study into screen sector workers in Wales is conducted in collaboration with Cardiff University.