Fusion Prize October Symposium: THE HOW

The second in an exciting series of events designed to spark innovation, creativity and to help form collaborative connections.

Fusion Prize October Symposium: THE HOW

About this event

Starts: Friday 18 October 2019 1:30 PM

Ends: Friday 18 October 2019 6:00 PM

At: Plexal, Here East, Queen Elizabeth Park, LONDON, Great London, E20 3BS

Organised by: Culture Mile

About this Event

Culture Mile and Foundation for Future London have partnered to launch the FUSION PRIZE a new competition to find innovative skills development solutions which harness the power of creative and cultural activity to prepare young Londoners for employment.

FUSION PRIZE OCTOBER SYMPOSIUM: THE HOW 18 October, 13.30-17.30, followed by networking at Plexal, Here East, will be the second Fusion Prize Symposium and will focus on THE HOW of creative skills development. Attendees and potential applicants will have the chance to hear from experts as well as participate in workshops aimed at helping to develop their own ideas.

We’ll gather some of the most exciting practitioners working in the innovation, creative, and educative sectors to talk about what works and what doesn’t, providing would-be teams with the tools they need to progress their ideas. Come with an idea and receive advice on how to make it a Prize-winning reality.

The FUSION PRIZE invites schools, universities, charities, businesses, social entrepreneurs and others to work together to pitch ideas for innovative programmes or products designed to develop the creative, communication, organisational and thinking skills of London’s children or young people though cultural experiences.

The three events, in September, October and November are providing inspiration and support to anyone keen to progress and hone an idea, and at the end of the process, in May 2020, one solution will be awarded £50,000 to develop!

For more information and to register for updates: https://www.culturemile.london/fusionprize

Please note that there will be photography taking place throughout this event. Please let a member of the staff team know on arrival if you do not wish to be photographed.

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