South African Cultural Observatory

Toward the Creative; Smart City

01 JUN 2019 - 01 JUN 2019
Category: Workshop
Region: Eastern Cape
Town: East London
Cover Charge: R50
Contact Details:
Booking Details: Computicket
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SACO Executive Director takes part in the panel discussion -

Toward the Creative; Smart City:

A Transdisciplinary futures dialogue for the Creative Economy

Bringing together Creatives, ICT, media, business and

Academia to leap-frog BCM and Eastern Cape into  the 4IR.

Venue: Atlantis Lifestyle Lounge (Beachfront) @12h00

Maximum 100 people: R50 Bookings at Computicket

Panel of speakers includes

Ralf Gum (Producer/DJ) – GOGO MUSIC)

Ms Unathi Lutshaba (SACO)

Dr Gillian Adendorff (Architect/Futurist)

Mr Nhlanganiso Dladla (ECRDA)

Prof Chris Addendorf (NMU/4IR Commission)

Litha Ncokazi (WSU/Versatile Art Gallery)

Venue

Venue Name: Atlantis Lifestyle Lounge - Beachfront
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