Multilingual Creativity Series: Multilingual Creativity “Speed-Dating”
This event has now passed. To read a blog reflecting on this workshop, written by journalist Anita Sethi who attended the event, please click here.
Multilingual Creativitiy “speed-dating”
Networking and knowledge exchange
Meet partners interested in Multilingual Creativity from schools, universities, museums, libraries, publishers and arts, cultural and community organisations as well as freelance multilingual practitioners such as writers and translators. Hear about their work, share your own experiences and forge links to develop new partnerships and projects.
To book a place for any event in this series, please email email@example.com with ‘MC Series‘ in the subject line with the following information:
- Your first name, surname, the organisation you represent and the organisational website (if applicable)
- The name of the event(s) you’d like to book
- Whether you would like to present at the event. If yes, please give a 200 – 400 word outline of the project, research or work you would like to share.
We will confirm your place two weeks before the event. If you are interested in presenting, someone will be in touch to discuss this with you
Please note we have limited places per event, so book soon to avoid disappointment.
The Multilingual Creativity Lab was the first event in the Free Word & Cultural Institute at King’s Multilingual Creativity Series, a series of follow-up events that explored some of the issues raised in more depth. These events took place at Free Word and at the Cultural Institute at King’s College London between January and June 2016.
For this series of events, we would like to hear from you if you have a research project to contribute or some learning or practice to inform these discussions. See above for more information.
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Free Word & Cultural Institute at King’s Multilingual Creativity Series
Free Word & Cultural Institute at King’s Multilingual Creativity Series was a series of events that took place at Free Word and at King’s College London between January and June 2016.