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RSA North East: Cafe Culture & The Power to Create

Fellowship Event

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Dance City, Newcastle

  • Fellowship

RSA NE is pleased to be working together with Cafe Culture North East. Matthew Taylor, RSA Chief executive, will present ‘The Power to Create’ at their session in April 2016.

Café Culture is a series of free events for thinkers which aim to generate discussion, debate and a convivial atmosphere. Held in central Newcastle upon Tyne, they seek to provide a space for people to think, share ideas and to have a lively and inclusive discussion.

 

For this event, Matthew Taylor, CEO of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) will explain how changing appetites, needs and the march of technology make ‘the larger life’ for all possible, but also describe the high barriers we need to sweep away.

 

This is a ticket-only event. Please book your place.

Any questions, please email Bill Gibbon: bill.gibbon@council-rsa.org.uk

 

Location: Dance City, Temple St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4BR 

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