Follow ‘Sustaining Innovation Through Collaboration’ online
With final plans for Sustaining Innovation Through Collaboration at Tate Liverpool on 15 March now underway, and with just a few spaces still available, we’ve put in place some online opportunities for people to get involved online now, and also to follow all the action on the day.
First off, you can download the Gigzine app created by New Music Plus… participant, Steve Symons, to receive exciting content and information about this event. Already available on the app are features on two of our producers, Jon Hering and Glenn Boulter, and over the next few days we’ll be adding other video and audio content, and information on all panellists. Those of you attending the event you will be able to use the app for exclusive interaction throughout the day. Download it now and click here to meet Steve and find out more about the app and how it works.
We’re also planning on posting live updates on the discussion on Twitter. Take part with hash tag #NMPNW and follow @juliaatthehub and @PRSFoundation. We encourage you all, whether you are attending the event or not, to join in the discussion via our live Twitter feed. This is a great way to have you say – from inside the venue, or anywhere else in the world!
For further event information, and to book one of the last few remaining places, click here.