While the world sits up and analyses the implications of Britain leaving the EU, many in the creative UK industry are now wondering what changes will affect them. Janet Archer, CEO of Creative Scotland said,”The implications of the outcome of the EU Referendum will take time to unfold.
The statement also mentioned that Creative Scotland will continue to work with partners in Europe as set out in a 10 year plan and that “working internationally is an important part” of what needs to be done to ensure that Scotland remain a “successful and distinctive creative nation connected to the world.” She finished her statement on a positive not saying:
“Arts and culture transcend borders and bring people together from across the globe. We will continue to do everything we can to support our vibrant arts, screen and creative industries to make and sustain fruitful, positive international relationships across Europe and beyond.”