Do you wish you could create change in society? The RSA was founded on a belief that the creativity of ideas could enrich social progress.
This event will include exciting participatory activities and informative speakers to fill us with inspiration and start us on our journey to creating change.
We’ll learn more about current RSA projects and campaigns: becoming informed can be the first step to taking action.
We're delighted that Anthony Painter, Director of the RSA’s Action and Research Centre, will be joining us by video link. Why not take a look at Anthony’s recent blog on the challenges facing millennials and some of the ideas the RSA has to help.
RSA-supported Talkshop, who specialise in giving people a voice in matters that concern them, will also be joining us.
There’ll also be a chance to get active and creative in our hands-on session craftivism.
This event is for everyone - especially those in the age group who find themselves juggling work/family/homelife. Children are welcome – we have crèche facilities, and workshops to keep young people engaged.
Lunch will be provided.
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.
Book using the link above to secure your place and look out for full programme details next month.
Booking is required to take advantage of the childcare available on the day. There will be 2 childcare offerings. A creche for children 0-5 and theatre workshops for 6-14year olds. You can register your interest in using the childcare facilities when registering your place through Eventbrite.
Location: Assembly Rooms, Market Hall, Soresby Street, Chesterfield S40 1AR
The Assembly Rooms are on the first floor of Chesterfield Market Hall.
Entrance is on the side of the Market Hall which faces Sorbo Lounge. On Arrival use the stairs or lift to get to the Assembly Rooms on the first floor.
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