This was Creative Conscience’s most ambitious event in its eight-year history. As the main sponsor and co-host L&Co supported this small dedicated team. The event was held at three venues across London over four consecutive days.
Impact and action was the message we wanted to share with everyone who joined us through a wide-ranging agenda of stimulating presentations, panels and exercises to encourage the audience to connect and make pledges.
The first day was held at The Design Museum and focused on mental health with a range of speakers and panel discussions. Day two took us to Havas KX (Kings Cross) where we heard impassioned presentations from Sir Jonathon Porritt (Forum for the Future), Sian Sutherland (A Plastic Planet), a B Corp panel, Extinction Rebellion, and Trylife’s Paul Irwin amongst others.
Founder and the driving force behind Creative Conscience, Chrissy Levett, shared some thoughts and issues to ponder, urging us all to take action “Imagine a world where every single thing we create serves us and our planet” she posed.
The final day and a half were hosted at Ravensbourne University and included a touch of inspiration from an impressive film & photography panel including BBC and Guardian journalists. Anthony Burrill shared some of his recent campaigning bold typographic prints and Pentagram’s Naresh Ramchandani ran a workshop focused on environmental messages.