Creative Careers

The Art of Programming

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Learn from London's best on how to programme an event that people will queue to see.

This month, Creative Careers is shining a light on the art of programming. How do you put together a programme that cuts through and rises above all the activity in a capital of culture? If the programming isn’t on point the people simply will not come.
 
Come and hear what some of London’s most forward thinking creative thinkers are looking for when they’re putting together their events.
 
Dinner, as ever, is on us.
 

We will be joined by:

Tobi Kyeremateng from Apples and Snakes

Ivan Blackstock from NSF CRXSS PLATFXRM 

Tas Elias from Ace Hotel London & One for the Heads

Georgia Meyer will no longer be joining the panel for Creative Careers: The Art of Programming.

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Creative Careers sessions are workshops and talks designed to unpack the creative industries and give you insight and support as a developing arts professional. These sessions will give you the chance to meet like-minded people and industry leaders who will share their experiences and expertise in their field.

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