We have a jam-packed three days with more than 50 different events. Explore the full programme here and plan your visit.
Welcome to Creative Coalition Festival 2023. Find out what’s in store across our three-day programme of free virtual events.
Creativity is the answer to our future – vital to business, technology and wellbeing. So how will it guide us through our time of upheaval and change?
Join Caroline Norbury OBE as she interviews industry heavyweight Sir Ian Livingstone CBE for Pigeonholed: Creatives Who Refuse to be Put in a Box.
Dharshini David, BBC’s Economics Correspondent, discusses inclusive growth, and the greatest challenges of the next 12 months.
Stay ahead of the curve, as we unpack the trends, technologies and insights that will take the world by storm.
What will tomorrow’s company look like? Leaders at a vanguard of newly structured organisations explain how governance has improved operations.
Be disruptive. Work sustainably. Attract Investment. How to do all three.
Tickle your funny bones with stand-up-comedy from the North East. Followed by a networking event for all movers and shakers in film and TV.
Curious about using Augmented Reality in your business? Learn how QUAD, an arts space in Derby, has embraced AR across its organisation.
How can small companies influence the major players to adopt sustainable practices and affect change from the ground up?
The next major global shock is never far away. Creative leaders: learn to thrive through tough times with James Burstall, CEO, Argonon.
What does it mean to scale up by joining forces? With each company bringing unique knowledge and skills – is this a future trend for growth?
How can creative companies survive and thrive in a challenging economy?
How is the metaverse, virtual production, synthetic content and gaming bringing both creatives and consumers’ imaginations to life?
Alex McDowell, R.D.I. – Creative Director and Founder, Experimental Design Professor and Director, World Building Media Lab
What aren’t we doing that needs to be done? How can we make sure the next generation plays on a level playing field?
Why are Gen Z ‘quietly quitting’ from their jobs and why are they turning their back on the hustle culture? What does it all mean?
The creative economy is at the heart of Labour’s vision for growth. Hear from Shadow Culture Secretary Lucy Powell MP on Labour’s plans.
Join Caroline Norbury OBE as she interviews industry heavyweight Steve Bell for Pigeonholed: Creatives Who Refuse to be Put in a Box.
Join Sky Arts each day for an interactive hour of workshops, masterclasses and talks with leading creatives Sky Arts: I Can Dance.
Having a neurodiverse workforce is a strength. So, how we can improve accessibility for neurodiverse people?
Emilie Fellingham – Leading EDJI at the Royal Shakespeare Company (Equity, diversity, Justice and Inclusion)
Convening both students and educators, this session asks: how can we better embed essential freelancing skills in teaching?
Jennifer Smith, interim CEO of the Creative Industries Independent Standards Authority, discusses how we can tackle bullying and harassment.
Immersive tech has the potential in transforming our World. What should investors be doing to bolster the immersive economy?