Tue, 29 Mar|
Online Event (Zoom link to follow)
Random Speed Networking (US - 1pm EDT - 29 March 2022) FREE
Join us for a free, friendly, fun and fast hour of random speed networking for arts and culture professionals on ZOOM. I know, but it works.
Time & Location
29 Mar 2022, 13:00 – 14:00 GMT-4
Online Event (Zoom link to follow)
About the event
NB. This event is at 1pm EDT (6pm BST)
All our random speed networking events are free of charge.
The Zoom link will follow.
You may like to join us as a subscriber to support our work, and for additional membership benefits, including access to our community hub, TAD Talks and interviews on-demand. It starts at just £5 per month (€6) https://www.artsandculturenetwork.com/join
Random Speed Networking - It's fun, fast and effective.
The Arts & Culture Network is a growing global community of professionals shaping the future of arts and culture together. We have over 13,000 members on LinkedIn.
At 1pm (EST) on Tuesday 29th March I'm hosting another hour of random speed networking including a TAD Talk speed webinar.
We all get to meet 9 or more fellow members and guests, at random, in a series of 1-2-1s and small groups in under an hour, without leaving our desks, or dressing from the waist down if we don't want to.
It's free, fun, fast and effective and we've had some great feedback. We've had several reports of follow on meetings, artistic collabration, business deals and hires.
The TAD Talk
The TAD Talk (The Arts Debate) is a 10-minute speed webinar given at half-time during our event.
Allister Frost is an award-winning technology and marekting pioneer, who has worked at the heart of companies including Kimberly-Clark and Microsoft.
He joins us to help us develop the positively engaged mindset and robot-proof skills we need to thrive in our technology-fuelled future.
"How to Keep Up"
Warning: !!! - The robot invasion is imminent!
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is primed to evolve rapidly in 2022, shifting beyond its primitive beginnings and competing more aggressively with humans for jobs and status.
Is your work robot-proof? Are you truly irreplaceable and indispensable? And how should leaders in the arts and culture sector adapt for the AI era?
Join Allister Frost, the “How to Keep Up” Keynote Speaker, for a brief foray into the fascinating world of exponential progress and the distinctly human skills we need to thrive alongside our robot friends.
Here is a selection of the organisations registered at recent London lunchtime zone events:
- Sadler's Wells
- Science Museum
- University of the Arts London
- Arts Council England
- Department for Culture, Media and Sport
- Royal Opera House
- Shakespeare's Globe
- Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
- Natural History Museum
- Lincoln Center
- Harvard University
- Birmingham Royal Ballet
- Welsh National Opera
- British Council
- British Library
- Historic Royal Palaces
- Universal Music Group
- Coventry City of Culture
- British Heart Foundation
- Sky Arts
- Southbank Centre
- National Theatre
- Arts Marketing Association
- The RSA
- English Heritage
- Imperial War Museums
- Warner Bros.
- Ashmolean Museum
- Historic England
- Walt Disney
- Old Royal Naval College
- Barbican Centre
- London Symphony Orchestra
- "The event was amazing I haven’t networked in ages so was feeling a bit nervous but everyone was so lovely!"
- "So much fun on a Thursday! Thanks Mark, look forward to the next one. So many people jumped on LinkedIN immediately afterwards."
- "Brilliant event, thanks for organising and I’ll definitely join the next one. Best wishes."
For more information please contact the host Mark Walmsley at email@example.com or call +44 (0)7947 793 554
Mark Walmsley FRSA AGSM
Chief Culture Vulture
Arts & Culture Network
Members discount will be applied at checkout.