usting full of ideas and want to meet like-minded peeps? Get down to Thought Fest in Regent’s Place next week. The bustling work and social hub is being transformed into a mammoth creative lab filled with unique interactive experiences.
Organised in collaboration with the Knowledge Quarter, expect tons of brainstorming, with forward-thinking institutions such as Central Saint Martin’s, Wellcome Collection and the Crafts Council taking part. The aim? To capture visitors’ imagination and inspire discussion across areas such as well-being and technology.
Step into the 13-acre mixed-use campus and enjoy talks on biomimicry, a thought-provoking AI digital exhibition, experiments from the Institute of Physics and live performances from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Poet in the City. Plus MA Fashion student Matthew Needham – renowned for making clothes out of trash – will be showcasing his latest work, and extraordinary artist David Tovey will be painting live on-site (Oct 1st) – we can’t wait for that.
Hungry after all that? There’ll be an array of brain food to revitalise guests. So get your thinking cap on.
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