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ELLE UK partners CSVPA for Culture Conversations

ELLE UK and Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts (CSVPA) have partnered to host an evening event celebrating culture and belonging.

ELLE UK partners CSVPA for Culture Conversations
Karin Askham: “In a post-COVID-19 landscape, culture and belonging are paramount.”

Taking place on Wednesday 30 November at 43 Bloomsbury Square, London, attendees will be able to enjoy welcome drinks and canapés before a thought-provoking conversation with three special guests, including Chatterbox Founder and CEO, Mursal Hedayat; Founder and CEO of The Dots, Pip Jameson; and England Rugby and World Cup-winning player Katy Daley-Mclean.

Hosted by ELLE UK’s Digital Executive Editor, Natasha Bird, the four women will discuss the various ways in which culture shapes our behaviour and the importance of finding a sense of belonging.

Matt Hayes, Chief International Brand Officer, Hearst UK, said: “ELLE UK prides itself on big ideas, bold voices and inspiring fashion, and we’re delighted to build on Hearst UK’s existing partnership with CSVPA to host an inspiring evening that sheds light on the importance of belonging and pursuing one’s passions.”

Karin Askham, Rector, CSVPA & Managing Director Arts & Enterprise, CATS Global Schools said: “In a post-COVID-19 landscape, culture and belonging are paramount. As part of our ongoing exploration and celebration of these themes, we are proud to launch our inaugural CSVPA power list at our forthcoming event, championing those who are at the forefront of change within our creative communities.”

The event will take place from 7-9pm, and tickets are available here.

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