The speaker leading our conversation this month is Rachel Sharpe, RSA Fellowship Councillor, and National Trust Creative Partnerships Manager for South Worcestershire.
The Firs, birthplace of Sir Edward Elgar, is the inspiration for a new National Trust project to create a Manifesto Of Change for heritage and music education. The project aims to help people from all walks of life engage with Elgar's story, the man, the music, the landscape, through a Human-Centred Design approach with participation and the development of agency at its heart.
Do come and find out more, and help Rachel explore how place can create genius. And what is genius, anyway?
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Location: The Old Pheasant 25 New Street Worcester WR1 2DP (you’ll find us in the meeting room towards the back of the pub)