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  • Closing plenary, 3.45pm (23/03/2010)

    Tony O’Brien, British Council Director Poland, David Barrie, conference programme organiser, and Nigel Bellingham, Creative Cities Project Director, brought the three-day conference to a close with the question: “What are you going to do differently as a result of this conference?” › More

    • 23.03.2010
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  • Plenary Session: Opportunities, challenges, lessons, tips, 16.20pm

      David Barrie led a plenary session looking at the main questions delegates still felt they wanted answers to following the masterclasses, workshops and surgeries they’d attended throughout the day. Blake Jennelle’s masterclass had already identified several key questions, such a › More

    • 22.03.2010
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  • Music to make us think in a new way, 17.00pm

      Music to make us think in a new way, 17.00pm In this age when the pop music industry seems to produce only the blandest, safest, cliché-ridden dross it is bracing to be confronted with sounds that make you stop dead in your tracks. And so it was on this late Monday afternoon in the › More

    • 22.03.2010
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  • "Capitalism as weapon for social good": live Skype chat with Tim Smit, 12.10pm

      Tim Smit is very well known in Britain as the man who founded the Eden Project, Cornwall – a £140 million botanical theme park housed in a series of geodesic domes. But the first project that brought him to the public’s attention was ‘The Lost Gardens of Heligan&rsqu › More

    • 22.03.2010
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  • Second Masterclass: Blake Jennelle, 'Your Mission in Practice', 14.15pm

      Blake Jennelle, founder of Philly Startup Leaders, a networking organisation for entrepreneurs in Philadelphia, United States, gave a rousing talk on how to set up your own network and sustain it. Rejecting the term ‘social entrepreneur’ Blake preferred the term ‘mission e › More

    • 22.03.2010
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