RSA Greater Brighton Meetup

Fellowship Event

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The Auditorium, Brighton

  • Fellowship

Join us for the first of a new series of Greater Brighton Meetups this April.

RSA Meetups encourage conversation and new connections, providing a chance for Fellows from across the Brighton area and beyond to meet locally in a relaxed setting.

The RSA’s Fellow-led Greater Brighton Network will be hosting this open meetup, giving you the chance to introduce yourself, find out about opportunities to get involved, and learn more about the work of the RSA. Come along to help to shape future activity and find out how you can get involved.

A highlight of the evening will be the opportunity to hear from the RSA’s Atif Shafique, and Peter Chivers from Our Future City Brighton about the RSA’s work on the Cities of Learning programme, of which Brighton is a partner city. Cities of Learning is a new approach for activating a grassroots, city-based, mass-engagement movement around learning and skills.

You can hear about the RSA’s Catalyst and Crowdfunding programmes for those who are interested in securing funding for new project ideas. Amy Butterworth will be joining us to take your questions.

Please let us know you’re coming by booking your place using the link above.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: [email protected]. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

Location: The Auditorium, 68 Middle Street, Brighton, BN1 1AL

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