RSA Connect: Cardiff, Wales - RSA Fellowship events - RSA

RSA Connect: Cardiff, Wales

Fellowship events / RSA Connect

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sbarc | spark, Maindy Road, Cardiff, CF24 4HQ

Our Fellowship is spread across the world, with two-thirds of UK Fellows living outside London. RSA Connect, our Fellowship event series, will bring the RSA closer to Fellows living outside the capital.

This is why we are investing in access to coworking spaces for Fellows to meet key cities, organising regional Fellows' festivals and facilitating opportunities to meet with the RSA leadership team through our new RSA Connect event series.

Join Tom Stratton, Chief of Staff and other Fellows for an informal meet-and-greet at sbarc|spark, Cardiff University on 25 June 2024 from 5:30pm GMT.

This nationwide series of Fellow meet-and-greets is an opportunity for you to enhance your Fellowship connections and increase your sense of belonging while meeting members of the RSA senior leadership team.

For further information please contact your local area manager Kate Monkhouse at [email protected].

Stay tuned on Circle, our Fellowship community platform, for updates. Not signed up to Circle? Register today.

Taking part in RSA in-person events

To participate in the event, you will need to register for a ticket so we can make sure we have an up-to-date list of those who plan on attending. If you wish to register another attendee, this must be done separately using a different email address. This is for capacity purposes. We encourage all attendees that are ill or showing symptoms of illness to stay home and to cancel your Eventbrite ticket if you are no longer able to join the event.

At the RSA, we strive to create inclusive and supportive environments for all Fellows. We recognise that individuals may require different forms of support to fully participate in our events and activities. Therefore, we welcome and encourage Fellows to bring the support they feel is necessary, whether it be a carer, an emotional support animal, or any other form of assistance. We ask that you fill out the accessibility requirements box in your Eventbrite booking form in advance of attending one of our events to ensure that the venues can accommodate such requirements. Our aim is to ensure that everyone feels comfortable and valued, and we are committed to accommodating diverse needs to foster an inclusive community.

Data: By registering for this event, you consent to receiving communications about this event, both before and after, and you agree to the sharing of your name, organisation & title with the Fellow(s) and/or partner organisation(s) hosting this event. Attendees also agree to the sharing of their name and organisation with other delegates at the event so that they might contact you through MyRSA. If you do not wish this information to be shared, please let us know by emailing: [email protected]. The information you provide when registering for an event will be retained by the RSA and will be used to record attendance at the event. To understand more about how the RSA uses your data, please see our privacy policy.

Please be aware that registrations will close two hours before the event is due to start.

Upcoming Wales based Fellowship events

  • Y Caban

    Fellowship events


    Y Caban is our quarterly online meeting for Fellows across Wales to connect with one another and share expertise.

Other upcoming events you can attend as an RSA Fellow

  • The CLEAN green bash

    The Lillington Club, CV32 7DA

    You’re invited to an afternoon and evening of activities in partnership with Low Carbon Warwickshire Network.

  • Understanding RSA Fellowship


    Our Fellowship is diverse and constantly evolving – if you are committed to a future that works for everyone, you could be a Fellow. Attend this to understand how Fellowship could work for you.

  • RSA coffeehouse ‘on the road’ - transcending hybrid working

    The Priory Rooms Meeting and Conference Centre, B4 6AF

    Join us for an exciting in-person Coffee House Conversation where we will learn from future of work expert and author Gwen Stirling-Wilkie.