Friday 02 March 2018 -
19:30 to 21:00
Garage Education Center, Moscow

On 2 March 2018 the British Council invites you to a free lecture by Simon Cronshaw - a cultural entrepreneur and co-founder of the global REMIX Summits on Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship. 

In this lecture he will highlight global examples of innovation and best practice, aimed at developing new ideas and strategies to use technology in innovative ways across such areas as audience development and distribution channels, reimagining the visitor experience at a cultural activity (pre-, during, post-), creation of new interactive and meaningful artistic experiences, management and operational efficiencies and models for creating new culture and technology collaborations.

The lecture is a part of the series “Theories and practices of cultural leadership” organized by Garage Museum of Contemporary Art together with the British Council.

The lecture will be held in English with simultaneous translation into Russian.

The lecture will be accessible for deaf and hard of hearing visitors and will be interpreted into Russian sign language.

About the speaker

Simon Cronshaw is a cultural entrepreneur and co-founder of the global REMIX Summits on Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship. In 2014–2016 he supported creative start-ups from across Europe as part of a major European Union project, E-Space. He has co-authored a number of books and thought papers on cultural entrepreneurship: Intelligent Naivety (2009), Golf, Art & Spa Days (2014), The Big Ticket Questions (2016).

REMIX brings together specialists from various industries to explore the future of culture, creative cities and the creative economy. REMIX is a forum where creative leaders from different professional fields present their projects, exchange experiences, ideas and find future partners and colleagues. Annually summits in New York, London and Sydney are attended by representatives and leaders of thousands of leading cultural institutions, creative companies, start-ups and media.