Come and explore creative approaches to learning and the role they could play to ensure learners make the most of their experiences. Join us to hear from practitioners and thinkers from across the region as they give their take on how we might work to ensure everybody has access and support to live creative and fulfilled lives.
RSA West Midlands has teamed up with the Impact Hub Birmingham to produce a series of events exploring the RSA’s Key Themes.
In this second event of the series, we will explore the Creative Learning and Development Key Theme. Join us to reflect on creative approaches to learning and hear from practitioners and thinkers from across the region as they give their take on how we might work to ensure everybody has access and support to live creative and fulfilled lives.
Our focus on invited speakers aims at inspiring and jumpstarting a debate about the action and ideas we need to foster in order to create an environment for positive and creative learning experiences. We will be announcing speakers shortly on the webpage so keep an eye out for further details.
The event will be hosted by RSA Fellow and Primary School Teacher Gary Byrne FRSA.
All of these events are free and hosted during the Impact Hub Birmingham’s Open Project Nights, aimed at testing and trialling ideas to make a difference to build a better society and explore fresh options.
We hope you can come, please book your place via this page.
Don’t forget our project page also showcases details of the other five sessions we will be running over the coming months based on those RSA Key Themes. We will also be sharing content from the RSA’s Action and Research Centre. We hope you have time to explore the website and read and comment on some of our reports and blogs. Along with reports and blogs we also produce interesting talks and animations about ideas we think are important such as this animation called Licensed to Create