A pioneering digital programme between 14–19 September explores what design and business can learn from each other, launching at London Design Festival 2020
The first event in the Future Focus: Art Hack Practice series will be exploring shifting spaces of production, labour and artistic practice in a precarious world.
Wherever you live, I am certain that you would agree with this one statement: It is terrifyingly hard to make ends meet. Specifically, when it comes to housing costs.
Negroni Talks go online for second in their banality series, asking are modern architects rubbish?
Experience design firm HUSH launches HUSH+1, a podcast “for makers, by makers.” The podcast is an insider’s look, delivering open and honest dialogue between creatives across a variety of industries.
With so many people struggling financially right now, and not sure what the future holds for their career, “Make a Living Living” by Nina Karnikowski is a book that was published for times like this.
NewCities launched The Big Rethink: Cities After COVID-19, an online 8-week series of live discussions bringing together leading global experts to examine the longer-term impacts of the COVID-19.
Quantitive futurist Amy Webb discusses the importance of trend forecasting, the global challenges faced by modern businesses, and the tools you need for thinking like a futurist.
Damla Turgut turned her back on the legal profession, relocate to the UK and establish Otto Tiles. A specialist in hand-made ceramics, she travels extensively to research and source new materials, patterns and producers.
Deeyah Khan is an award-winning documentary filmmaker of South Asian origin who was raised in Norway. Her work addresses issues surrounding religion, extremism, cultural and societal expectations, questioning stereotypes, with the intention to educate, empower and inspire change