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magCulture Meets Creative Review

magCulture Meets Creative Review

The new season of magCulture Meets continues with an evening featuring Creative Review on Thursday 28 February.

Since 1980, Creative Review has been nurturing the creative community, first as a print magazine and now across multiple platforms. Combining opinion pieces, analysis and advice on navigating the creative industries, the global title champions the thinkers, makers, leaders and doers creating work that matters.

Having previously held the title of Managing editor at the magazine, we’ll be joined by newly appointed Editor Eliza Williams who takes the reins from Patrick Burgoyne as he steps down after 20 years as editor of the magazine.

Join us to hear Eliza’s plans for Creative Review, and for a closer look at the brand new, money-themed issue exploring creativity, cash and starting and successfully growing a business.

Eliza is a writer, critic and broadcaster on advertising, design, art and music, and host of the Creative Review podcast. She has published two books via Laurence King, ‘This Is Advertising’ and ‘How 30 Great Ads Were Made’, and has contributed texts to several books published by Phaidon, including ‘The 21 st Century Art Book’ and ‘The Phaidon Archive of Graphic Design’

The evening will see an illustrated talk followed by an audience Q&A.

Thursday 28 February
Doors opens at 6.30pm and the talk will kick off at 7pm

Book your ticket via Eventbrite

magCulture Shop
270 St John Street

We’re grateful to Park Communications and the Five Points Brewing Company for their support of magCulture Meets.

magCulture Meets is a monthly series of talks intended to give insight into the process of magazine making. The evenings offer the opportunity to share a beer with fellow magCulturalists and hear a magazine-maker discuss their project in an informal, relaxed atmosphere.

We are unable to provide refunds or transfer tickets.

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