Charity and not-for-profit

Charities registered with the Charity Commission or not-for-profits registered with Companies House operating within the creative sector. 
 
For the purpose of membership we define the creative industry sectors as follows: 
Advertising and media, animation, architecture, broadcasting, crafts, creative education, creative tech, design, fashion, film, heritage, museums galleries and libraries, music, performing arts, photography, publishing, VFX, videogames, visual arts.
 
To establish your membership fee, select the appropriate category below, indicate the annual turnover of your business or organisation and the annual fee will be shown at the bottom of the page. By clicking on 'join now' and filling in the application form - we will generate an invoice for your membership.

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Our associate membership options are based on your size and turnover. Please select your turnover below to show the annual subscription price and the number of members included in each subscription.

In addition to named memberships, additional individual memberships for employees of Associate members may purchased at a discounted rate.

All fees are exclusive of VAT. VAT will be charged at 20%

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Meet our members
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
We are an independent funder working to help people overcome disadvantage and lack of opportunity.
ABRSM (Associated Board of Royal School of Music)
University of the Arts London
The largest specialist University in Europe for the study of arts, design, fashion, communication and performance.
Malcolm Ross
The University of Exeter one of the top 1% of universities in the world delivering world-class on some of the most fundamental global issues.
Society of London Theatre/UK Theatre
UK Theatre’s vison is to see a well-connected and well-supported theatre sector that is recognised as being at the heart of UK life.
Keith Bartlett & Associates Ltd
We offer consultancy in education and training for the creative industries, including individual and team coaching and advice on partnerships with higher education.
The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
LIPA's purpose is to do what we can to help youngsters spend the rest of their lives doing what they love and are good at.
Coventry University
We believe that arts and humanities have a transformative effect on our lives.
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