Inside Out Festival: Connecting Higher Education with the Arts, Cultural and Creative Industries
TECHNE Partner, The Culture Capital Exchange(TCCE) Inside Out Festival is returning for its seventh year on 24th and 25th March with a robust mix of workshops, discussions, debates, performances, walks, screenings and exhibitions. Showcasing the extraordinary contribution made by the TCCE member universities and conservatoires to the arts, cultural and creative sectors, and vice versa, the Inside Out Festival, in association with Times Higher Education, creates a unique platform for creative knowledge exchange around areas of mutual concern, interest and speculation. With a substantial focus on the increasing intersections of technology on and in the arts and culture, this year’s Inside Out Festival is being hosted by Somerset House on Friday 24th March and London South Bank University on Saturday 25 March.
TECHNE student, Freddie Mason has been chosen to present at TECHNE Partner The Cultural Capital Exchange (TCCE) Inside Out Festival on 24th March Of Slime and the City: The Boston Molasses Disaster of 1919: A re-enactment by Freddie Mason (RCA) of that surreal catastrophe, its history and that peculiar moment when an urban environment can turn ‘gloopy’.
This year, the festival looks at connecting Higher Education with the Arts, Cultural and Creative Industries. It takes place across two days - Friday 24 March at Somerset House and Saturday 25 March at London South Bank University. Open to all. Tickets are free and registration is highly recommended.
Please check your availability and commitments before signing up to this event. Booking and then cancelling may deny opportunities to others and also wastes money, food and other resources.