Matthew Taylor speaks with Neil Young about his stance on music, authenticity, innovation, democracy and the environment and how they braid together in his work over the decades.
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Betty Jackson CBE RDI will give the 2015 RDI Address exploring the source of creativity and innovation in design.
Innovation experts Martin Amor and Alex Pellew offer practical tips for unleashing the power to create and turning ideas – whether for a business, a campaign or social venture - into reality.
To celebrate the launch of the 2015/16 RSA Student Design Award briefs, designer Ben Terrett talks about how design is changing the world, and how the internet is changing design.
Internationally influential thinker on education and creativity Sir Ken Robinson considers how higher education institutions might play a greater role in developing the creative capacities of their students.
We are becoming increasingly bombarded with ‘ideas’. But are there other ways of knowing that could enable us to experience the world more richly? Writer and philosopher Robert Rowland Smith investigates.
An event celebrating the 2015 RSA Student Design Awards programme and the burgeoning design for social innovation movement, with leading industrial designer and founding director of PriestmanGoode, Paul Priestman.
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