Thursday 18 January 2018

The British Council and REMIX Summits held a call for applications for creative professionals working at the intersection of culture, technology and entrepreneurship to join a Russian delegation to the summit in London on 18-19 January 2018.

Successful applicants

  • Fakhrutdinova Maria, Marketing communications manager SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS, RUSSIA
  • Fuchs Natalia, Deputy Director National Center for Contemporary Arts-ROSIZO, Curator, Head of Media Art Programs
  • Galperin Semyon, Art Director of Tele-Club Ekaterinburg
  • Khadartsev Oleg, Artistic director the international art-residency Uncapitals
  • Lavrov Alexander, CEO & co-founder at Vizerra, developer of interactive visual communications software for virtual and augmented reality
  • Oskolkov-Tsentsiper Matvey, Creative Producer, Permanent exhibition team, Polytechnic Museum
  • Protosevich Ksenia, Deputy Development Director and Producer of the 18+ Theatre and the MAKARONKA art-centre
  • Sobol Ilya, Founder and owner of Izobrulo – Services inventing bureau  
  • Radkov Vladislav Deputy Director for Marketing and Development Togliatti Municipal Philharmonia
  • Kharitonova Anna Deputy Director  of LLC “Museum Plus”

REMIX London

REMIX London brings together pioneers from different industries to explore the future of culture, creative cities and the creative economy. It is a forum where creative leaders from different sectors can exchange insights, ideas and work together towards common goals.

The yearly summits in London, New York and Sydney sell out quickly and are attended by thousands of leading cultural institutions, creative businesses, startups, policy makers and media.

Delegates will have the unique opportunity to meet with over 300 professionals working in culture, technology and entrepreneurship from all over the world and attend events led by Microsoft, the Royal College of Art, Google, Science Museum, The University of Edinburgh and more.

Sessions for REMIX London 2018 include: Cultural Organisations Reimagined, User Experience Design across Digital and Physical, Maintaining the Heart of the City, VR & Mixed Reality, Managing Internal Innovation & Intrapreneurship, Diversity in the Creative Sectors, Creative Education as well as New Opportunities in Social Media.

This grant is part of the British Council’s Future Culture programme.