With Annie Warburton (Crafts Council), David Hardman MBE (Innovation Birmingham), Charles Hadcock DL (Chairman, Creative Lancashire), Hannah Stewart (RCA) & Mo Isap (IN4.0 & NFORM Education) Full line-up tba
A series of presentations and panel discussions hosted in association with Crafts Council and Lancashire Skills Hub. These plenary events will explore the relationship between making, skills, and new or emerging technologies through a variety of applications, interventions and interactions with arts and crafts. Sessions will explore the relationship between making, skills, and new or emerging technologies through a variety of applications, interventions and interactions with arts and crafts.
Includes contributions from thought leaders, academics and case studies of pioneering businesses harnessing ‘creating and making’ skills to help them innovate, increase productivity and maintain a competitive edge.
Our stellar panels will examine the crucial role of creativity and making in helping businesses to innovate and solve problems, the skills we need to teach now, in readiness for our factories of the future, and the ways creative skills are applied in industry.
Includes complimentary free access to the Conversations in Creativity event with Martyn Ware and John Robb)
Date: Thursday 17 May 2018
Time: 13.00 – 16.30
Venue: North Transept, Blackburn Cathedral, Cathedral Close, Blackburn, BB1 5AA
Tickets £20/£10 concessions
Booking via Eventbrite.