Missed out on any of the Emerging Futures 2018 big talks? Have no fear! We filmed all of the talks and HD videos are on their way… Can’t wait? Here are all the Facebook Live streams captured on the day, so you can catch up with all the action.

Please note: In the interest of free speech, all streamed activity is unedited. Please be aware some videos do contain cursing or swearing and may only be suitable for an audience over 18-years-old.

Part One

Kicking off Emerging Futures 2018 at the People’s History Museum, Manchester…

In this video… Dr Maria Balshaw CBE reflects on her hopes and ambitions for the leadership of cultural spaces, author Nikesh Shukla discusses how we can change the perception that inclusion is hard work, and Sarah Cartwright tackles the importance of resilience and building your confidence.

*Please note – Part One is split over two videos due to some technical issues encountered with the sound. 

Emerging Futures 2018 – Part One (1/4)

Join us as we kick of #EmergingFutures2018 at the People’s History Museum, Manchester.*Apologies, we did encounter some sound problems in this recording. Coming up… Dr Maria Balshaw CBE reflects on her hopes and ambitions for the leadership of cultural spaces, author Nikesh Shukla discusses how we can change the perception that inclusion is hard work, and Sarah Cartwright tackles the importance of resilience and building your confidence. #EmergingFutures2018Please note: Today is all about free speech, so we are streaming all activity unedited. Please be aware some videos may contain cursing or swearing.

Posted by Clore Leadership Programme on Friday, 14 September 2018

Emerging Futures 2018 – Part One (1/4)Join us as we kick of #EmergingFutures2018 at the People’s History Museum, Manchester.Coming up… Dr Maria Balshaw CBE reflects on her hopes and ambitions for the leadership of cultural spaces, author Nikesh Shukla discusses how we can change the perception that inclusion is hard work, and Sarah Cartwright tackles the importance of resilience and building your confidence. #EmergingFutures2018Add your questions and comments via Sli.do. Just search #EmergingFutures2018Please note: Today is all about free speech, so we are streaming all activity unedited. Please be aware some videos may contain cursing or swearing. Whilst every effort will be made to keep to this schedule, as with most live events sessions could be slightly earlier or later.

Posted by Clore Leadership Programme on Friday, 14 September 2018

Part Two

Next up…award-winning cultural producer, activist and social entrepreneur, Ruth Daniel, shares the challenges and rewards of her international work, Tom Wilcox discusses the importance of conceptual continuity when it comes to your brand, Fiona Morris helps you figure out how to put digital at the heart of what you make and do, and Euella Jackson and Jennie Cashman Wilson deliver some quickfire Lightning Talks!

Emerging Futures 2018 – Part Two (2/4)

Emerging Futures 2018 – Part Two (2/4)Next up…award-winning cultural producer, activist and social entrepreneur, Ruth Daniel, shares the challenges and rewards of her international work, Tom Wilcox discusses the importance of conceptual continuity when it comes to your brand, Fiona Morris helps you figure out how to put digital at the heart of what you make and do, and Euella Jackson and Jennie Cashman Wilson deliver some quickfire Lightning Talks! Add your questions and comments via Sli.do. Just search #EmergingFutures2018Please note: Today is all about free speech, so we are streaming all activity unedited. Please be aware some videos may contain cursing or swearing. Whilst every effort will be made to keep to this schedule, as with most live events sessions could be slightly earlier or later.

Posted by Clore Leadership Programme on Friday, 14 September 2018

Part Three

In part three… Artist Ibrahim Mahama takes to the stage to talk about his immersive installations, as well as share insight into his practice, training and the impact international success has had on him, followed by the Big Debate with Dr Cecilia Wee, Clare Reddington, Javaad Alipoor and Viktoria Modesta, hosted by John McGrath.

Emerging Futures 2018 – Part Three (3/4)

Emerging Futures 2018 – Part Three (3/4)In part three… Artist Ibrahim Mahama takes to the stage to talk about his immersive installations, as well as share insight into his practice, training and the impact international success has had on him, followed by the Big Debate with Dr Cecilia Wee, Clare Reddington, Javaad Alipoor and Viktoria Modesta, hosted by John McGrath.Pitch your questions to our panel via Sli.do. Just search #EmergingFutures2018Please note: Today is all about free speech, so we are streaming all activity unedited. Please be aware some videos may contain cursing or swearing. Whilst every effort will be made to keep to this schedule, as with most live events sessions could be slightly earlier or later.

Posted by Clore Leadership Programme on Friday, 14 September 2018

Part Four

In this online exclusive, tune in to an intimate conversation with Artist Ibrahim Mahama and Contemporary Art Producer, Kwong Lee.

Emerging Futures 2018 – Part Four – In conversation with Ibrahim Mahama and Kwong Lee (4/4)

**ONLINE EXCLUSIVE**Emerging Futures 2018 – Part Four – In conversation with Ibrahim Mahama and Kwong Lee (4/4)In this online exclusive, tune in to an intimate conversation with Artist Ibrahim Mahama and Contemporary Art Producer, Kwong Lee. #EmergingFutures2018Please note: Today is all about free speech, so we are streaming all activity unedited. Please be aware some videos may contain cursing or swearing.

Posted by Clore Leadership Programme on Friday, 14 September 2018