On the 24th April 2012, CIDA, the Cultural Industries Development Agency’s is holding its Cr8net 2012 conference – A Major Creative Industries Conference being held at The Royal Institution of Great Britain.
The focus of the Cr8net conference is the creative industries, especially for those who work in the sector and have a role to support and develop others.
MakeBelieve Arts is a media partner for the conference.
The event will be packed with useful discussions and lectures, with the day being hosted/chaired by Matthew Taylor, CEO of The RSA.
Other Arts professionals joining him will be:
Alan Davey, CEO, Arts Council England
Professor Andy Pratt, Head of Culture & Creative Industries, KCL
Araceli Camargo, The Cube London
Claude Grunitzky, founder of Trace magazine
Deborah Bull, Executive Director, King’s Cultural Institute
Dirujan Sabesan, Web designer, Creative Nerds / SBTV
Ekow Eshun, cultural commentator & former Director of the ICA
Hasan Bakhshi, Director of Creative Industries, NESTA
Baroness Lola Young, Crossbench peer and writer
Natalie Wade, Projects Manager, Small Green Shoots
Pim Baxter, Deputy Director, National Portrait Gallery
Roger Wade, Founder of Boxpark
Sara Shamsavari, Artist
Paul Kirkman, Head of Culture at DCMS