Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Artists and the Brexit Transition

Are you an artist with a current, ongoing or prospective business relationship with the European Union?

What will 2021 mean for you?

If you are are, you need to be aware that the UK government put its foot on the accelerator this week in terms of publishing details of transition arrangements.
The UK is leaving the EU single market and customs union, and the end of the transition period will affect citizens, businesses, as well as travel to and from the EU.
I've written a blog post on Art Business Info for Artists: News - about Brexit Transition Info. for Artists which is relevant to all artists who want to:
  • stay living in the UK if you are an EU Citizen
  • continue living and working in the EU if you are a UK citizen
  • travel within the EU in relation to art business matters (eg. exhibitions, teaching on art holidays etc)
  • send (or receive) artwork across borders with the EU
It provides you with the links to where you will find the relevant information - plus how to sign up for tailored updates for your needs.

Here's a taster in the official Cabinet Office Video

[NOTE: All my posts about the Brexit Transition are STRICTLY informative and apolitical - I just tell you what exists which might help.]

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