Watch our webinar, Creativity is Everywhere, where our panel of experts share their perspective of what it means to take a truly collaborative approach to culture and creativity.
There may never have been a more important time for arts and culture in the UK. As we weather the storm of COVID-19, we believe that creativity will be key to restoring our communities, and bringing them together. But what does it take to enable people to engage with creative work on their own terms?
We invited a panel of experts to share their experience and perspective.
Speakers and timings:
- (00:03:18) Caroline Mason, Chief Executive, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
- (00:10:49) Tarek Iskander, Artistic Director and CEO, Battersea Arts Centre
- (00:17:37) In conversation with George Hill and Heather Peak Morison - George is Co-Chair of Kingswood and Hazel Leys in Corby, and Heather is an Artist/facilitator. Both are part of Creative Civic Change in Corby.
- (00:38:40) Q&A with the panel
The event was facilitated by Alison Holdom, a Funding Manager at Esmée and our Arts & Heritage Lead. It took place on 3 December 2020. Download the transcript.
Join the conversation
We also followed up the webinar with a Q&A on Twitter (see @EsmeeFairbairn on 3 December at 2pm) for questions we didn't get to about our strategy.
This webinar is part of our 'Unlocking change' series of webinars to launch our new strategy.