On Wednesday 15th & Thursday 16th June, Prof Andrew Ravenscroft, James Dellow and Colin Rainey from the RadioActive101 team met with new partners to discuss a ‘social innovation in culture’ application under the European Commission’s latest Horizon 2020 call. Prof. Ravenscroft gave a keynote talk to academics and research specialists from the UK, Finland and Estonia at the Embassy of Finland in Belgravia, London. The RadioActive101 team was joined by Mark Dunford (Associate Dean, ADI), Helen Reddington & Gordon Kerr (Senior Lecturers in Music Production, ADI) and Sheila Preston (Head of Performing Arts, ADI).
The second day of the talks took place at the Finnish Institute in London with contributions from members of The Institute and a former member of the Finnish Parliament. We look forward to working with our new partners on the proposal and to meeting again later in the year in Tallinn, Estonia.