Cross Creative – Open For Applications – DO THIS

If you're not familiar with TRC Media's Cross Creative Programme, now's the time to learn. It's a fabulous opportunity for individuals in the creative industries (this includes video games) to improve their skills, increase their knowledge and make themselves far more valuable, wise and useful. This year’s programme will include seven in-house sessions (one day... Continue Reading →

Cross Creative – Special Edition – Now Open

We have mentioned the astounding Cross Creative programme from TRC a couple of times in the past few years.  Now the company is offering something new - specifically for women working in the creative industries. Cross Creative is a fully-funded programme, providing access to some of the world's top creatives, travel to the US and... Continue Reading →

Cross Creative 2013 Now Open – You Need To Do This People…

Cross Creative is one of those amazing, unique and pioneering projects that you can't quite believe exists.  It's supported by several major organisations including Channel 4, Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise and over the last several years, it has included participants from many of the country's leading game developers, animators, technology companies and creative studios.... Continue Reading →

TRC Seeking Digital Media Project Manager

You may not have come across Glasgow's TRC media yet.  The company is a charitable organisation, which delivers research and training programmes to the television, interactive and wider creative industries. Like it or not, the reality is that digital and interactive media is fundamentally changing almost every aspect of the creative world.  From the way... Continue Reading →

Gen Up – Open For Entries

Gen Up Scotland is a training programme for recent graduates and emerging digital creatives. Created by TRC Media in Glasgow it is a five week course which gives a maximum of eight participants access to a wide range of Scotland's leading media companies and gives a overview of what it’s really like to work in... Continue Reading →

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