After an exciting five days this year’s onedotzero_cascade workshop has come to an end at the Red Gallery…
Today the cascaders will be presenting their ideas of living in the layered city to a panel of industry professionals that include Kevin Palmer (Kin), Orlando Mathias (AllofUs), Paul Springer (YCC), Fiorella Rietti (LBi), Nicole Yershon and Will Harvey (Ogilvy), Rhiannon James (D&AD) and onedotzero‘s Sophie Walter. Each group will present their idea and receive feedback from the industry professionals, which will help towards the groups final presentations on Thursday 24 November 2011 during the onedotzero_adventures in motion festival at the BFI Southbank in London.
Join us to celebrate the results with presentations, debates and processes and concepts. This is the place to discover some of 2011 most talented newcomers. This year two of the groups will be awarded a fund from IdeasTap to go towards the development and creation of their ideas.
The presentations will be followed by cascade panel, creative industries: the next generations
Without great new talent the creative industries would face a desperate future, particularly at a time of monumental social and economic change. Creativity is, after all, a driver to success and well-being and uncertain times can open up as many opportunities as they close. That talent exists. But we need to identify and nurture it and let it fly. College is one route to design, but are there others? And what do emerging designers really need to face the challenges ahead, whatever their particular circumstances? These are among the themes to be addressed at onedotzero’s cascade symposium. Design activist Wayne Hemingway will set the agenda in his keynote speech and the issues will be debated by an eminent panel comprising forward-thinking tutors, seasoned practitioners and newer collectives. Add presentations by graduates from the 2011 Cascade programme and we can expect a treat. The future could be brighter than you think. Lynda Relph-Knight
24 Nov 2011 | BFI Southbank
onedotzero would like to say a huge thank you to all of the graduates, practitioners and the Red Gallery for making the cascade workshop a success!
The onedotzero team look forward to seeing you all at the onedotzero_adventures in motion festival, 23-27 November 2011!!