“Among the best edu-documentaries ever”
“This film should be a required course for all parents and educators”
“I contend that creativity is as important as literacy”
Sir Ken Robinson
Jump start a conversation in your community around creativity in schools, business and society.
Start your weekend at the #ARTCONNECTS Festival in King's Cross by joining us for a screening at The British Library of 'Most Likely To Succeed' - the Sundance nominated film that's helping school communities re-imagine what our children and their teachers are capable of doing.
And after the film, join a discussion around the issues raised around educating our children for the fourth industrial revolution that is unfolding at the speed of light.
- Chair: Dr Evangelos Himonides FRSA, FBCS CITP - University College London
- Ed Finch - Primary Teacher/School Leader, Co-founder #BrewEd
- Richard Harrison - Director of Community Engagement, Regent High School
- Rumman Chowdhury - Global AI Lead, Accenture
- Nicola Forristal - Chief People Officer, Havas UK
- Wizdom Layne - Tileyard Education
£9 (£6 concessions)
Get tickets here now.
MORE ABOUT THE #ARTCONNECTS FESTIVAL
"Art is what we call it when what we do might connect us"
So what better name and inspiration than #ARTCONNECTS, for a national 3 day festival of creativity we're holding with other People4Art in King's Cross, London's freshest Creative Hub and Knowledge Quarter to celebrate and showcase creative schools, work and lives.
The links below will take you to pages for each of the main elements of the festival where you can find out more and get tickets.
See the trailer film below and download the flyer here.
FRI DAY : STEAM Co. DAy
A day of creative activities and short talks staged by local artists/businesses and hosted by Regent High School in Kings Cross for groups of KS2 primary children from across the UK with their teachers and carers.
This is a strictly pre-booked ticketed event for schools and not open to the public.
FRI EVE : SCREENING/DEBATE
Join us at the British Library to see the creative education documentary 'Most Likely to Succeed' featuring High Tech High and Sir Ken Robinson. Join the debate afterwards to share your thoughts with a guest panel.
Proudly hosted in partnership with the grassroots teacher movement #BrewEd.
SAT AM :
Enjoy, be inspired by and engage with a line-up of world-class talks, performances and workshops by local and national artists showcasing the amazing work being done to promote creativity in our school communities and why.
At University of the Arts : Central Saint Martins.
SUN PM :
Enjoy, be inspired by and engage with a line-up of world-class talks/ performances/ workshops by local and national artists/carers showcasing creativity in everyday life and how it powers lives, businesses and communities.
Hosted by the futurist Adah Parris at the University of the Arts : Central Saint Martins.
SAT EVE : #DANCECONNECTS
We can't have a creativity festival and not have a dance. We'll be led by the amazing Dr Peter Lovatt - 'Dr Dance' at Hertfordshire University in a secret underground venue in Kings Cross.
Our DJ line up is TBC but expect to relearn to dance to everything from Disco to Capoeira, Jive to Country and Electro to Northern Soul.
ALL WEEKEND : #ILOVEART PROJECT
We have had approval to be supported as an official campaign of arts activism by the artist and $1m TED prize winner, JR.
He will large format print hundreds of selfies we send him of people/children celebrating their art to be displayed around Kings Cross and other key locations across the UK!
Thanks to our media friends:
And we're grateful to all these organisations: