Win tickets to the Creative Change Makers Conference!

Interested in how to use creativity to change the world? This is the perfect event for you. You can win tickets to a panel discussion with creative industry leaders, and a hands-on training session on how creative thinking can be used to build social and environmental impact!

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Dec 13, 2019
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As a little gift from us to you for being all things extraordinary, we are giving away tickets to a couple of events at the Creative Change Makers Conference, organised by Creative Conscience.


A bit about the event: 
The Creative Change Makers Conference is all about using creativity to build a fairer, healthier and more sustainable world. It will bring together the best creative minds in industry and business to share examples of their impactful work, inspire behaviour change in business and education, and provide practical tools and solutions.

Find out more about the conference here.

We are giving away: 

  • 2 tickets to the Creativity & Mental Health panel at the Design Museum in London (February 5th);
  • 1 ticket to the tools & training session at Ravensbourne University, which includes workshops and training sessions on how creative thinking can be used to build social and environmental impact (February 8th);
  • 1 ticket pack to the Creativity & Mental Health panel at the Design Museum in London AND the tools & training session at Ravensbourne University.

You can enter the ticket raffle by filling out you details below. The deadline to enter is Thursday 19th of December.

IMPORTANT: You are only eligible to enter the raffle if you have a complete Laidlaw Scholars Network profile - which includes a profile picture, a short bio, contact details, and a piece of content (research/blog/etc.)

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Nikol Chen

Marketing & Design, Laidlaw Foundation

Hello! I am fascinated with all things human- & design-related. My university research focused on the effects of design on patient wellbeing in hospitals. I employed ethnographic methods to investigate whether design elements, such as colour, light, and form can have a significant impact on medical recovery. Throughout my degree, I also took modules in ethnographic documentary filmmaking, philosophy of science, and anthropology of architecture among other (less interesting-sounding) things. If you need any guidance on using the site (or if you just want to chat), contact me using the chat app on the Network website, or drop a line at nikol.chen@laidlawfoundation.com!

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