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On 12 February 2014, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, in conjunction with Julieâ€™s Bicycle, will host the first â€˜Sustainable Arts in Higher Education Symposiumâ€™ in London.
It is intended that this free event will be an informative and interactive session for those within higher education, specifically in the creative arts arena, who wish to explore and share issues pertinent to sustainability, embracing all aspects of the creative arts environment both within an educational infrastructure as well as from a wider industry perspective.
The organisers envisage this event being a catalyst for engendering further interest in the topic and igniting a future formal network of like-minded people.
The afternoon will encompass a panel of speakers from a variety of institutions, together with a Q&A, networking, drinks and nibbles.
Details with confirmed speakers and an agenda with be sent out to registered delegates.
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