Creative Change Makers conference
The Creative Change Makers Conference will connect the best creative minds in industry and business’ who share a vision to build a fairer, healthier and more sustainable world.
An international conference held in London 5–8th February 2020, across three sites: The Design Museum, Havas KX and Ravensbourne University.
Each day will focus on a different area, with tickets available for each or all days.
The aim is to:
- Share examples of projects/creativity that have and can build positive change
- Inspire behaviour change in business and education
- Provide practical tools and solutions
Day 1 (5th February) – Creativity & Mental Health
Will be held at the Design Museum, London and will focus on the positive effects of creative thinking on and for mental health and wellbeing. We’ll be showing fantastic creative work and ideas that have had positive effects within the challenges of mental health and wellbeing. Ben Akers (Talk club), designer Marcia Mihotich & others will take to the stage to inspire us.
Tickets available through the Design Museum.
Day 2 (6th February) – Creative Industries
Will be held at Havas HQ in King’s Cross, where creative industry experts will discuss and celebrate the power of creative thinking to solve social and environmental challenges. Speakers include Sir Johnathon Porritt, Michael Wolff, Plastic Planet (Sian Sutherland), Havas, Extinction Rebellion, Trylife TV, a panel of leading B-Corporations, L&Co and many others.
Day 3 (7th February) – Creative Industries Impact
Will be held at Ravensbourne University and will include Naresh Ramchandani (Pentagram), Brigitte Scheffer (senior producer BBC), Professor Lawrence Zeegen, Graeme Robertson (Guardian photographer), Stephanie Mills (cite design architects), Joanna Romanowicz (NUS-SOS) and Anthony Burrill (Designer and Printmaker). It will showcase the positive effects of create initiatives, including those built by educators within institutes on staff, students, the surrounding communities, society and the world.
Day 4 (8th February) – Tools & Training
Also held at Ravensbourne University, this part of the conference will include workshops and training sessions on how creative thinking can be used to build social and environmental impact.
If you’re a course, charity or NGO you may be interested in applying for a free/discounted ticket.
Apply for free/discounted ticket
If you’re interested in volunteering then please let us know.
To get a taste of what we do from these past events:
Creative Change Makers Event