This latest edition of Creative Fuse’s monthly CAKE events focuses on the Newcastle City Futures project. Newcastle City Futures aims to discover the medium to long-term trends likely to impact upon urban development and to help with collaboration between city leaders and communities. It uses a range of new methods supported by academic evidence and shapes conversations between city leaders and communities to create a comprehensive view of the medium-to long-term trends likely to impact urban development.
Speakers include Rose Gilroy, Professor of Ageing, Policy and Planning at Newcastle University, and Michelle Duggan from Newcastle City Futures.
When: Thursday 9th March. 10am registration with coffee for a 10.15am start; networking from 11am; ends c.12pm.
Where: Culture Lab, King’s Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 7RS. Click here for a map.
To register click here.
About CAKE and Creative Fuse
Creative Fuse North East is delivered by the five regional Universities and will help create new means by which to release unrealised potential within the Creative Economy and broader business communities. Creative Fuse North East will equip organisations with new creative confidence and capacity to develop innovation partnerships and ways of working, in order to respond to the challenges that matter to them.
CAKE (collaboration and knowledge exchange) meetings will happen every second Thursday of each month, bringing together businesses, academics, freelancers, charities and public sector organisations to hear three short, stimulating presentations or provocations on a theme, followed by networking, and of course, cake. Creativity, digital and IT (CDIT) will be at the heart of our discussions, but CAKE will cover any and all topics, and show the multiple ways CDIT impacts upon all our work and lives. We’re keen to hear your ideas for themes and presentations for future CAKE events.