21 Sep 2012

Regular hours

10:00 – 17:00

Cost of entry

£99.00 (Educational and group discounts available)

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Royal Geographical Society

London, United Kingdom


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A one-day creative symposium of inspirational talks, experiments and live elements curated by It's Nice That.


This September in London's beautiful Royal Geographical Society, It's Nice That will be showcasing over a dozen brilliant creatives from the UK and abroad in a one-day fast-paced festival of creativity. Championing creativity across multiple practices, the unique programme of high-profile speakers includes acclaimed British fashion luminary Sir Paul Smith, polymath Thomas Heatherwick, the multitalented fashion illustrator Quentin Jones, BAFTA-winning animator Grant Orchard, art director at frieze Magazine Sonya Dyakova, and Hort's founder; Eike König, body architect and TED fellow Lucy McRae, Andy Stevens of legendary graphic design studio Graphic Thought Facility, talented brothers Job (Letman) and Roel Wouters (Moniker), Dreams of a Life director Carol Morley, inspiring photojournalist Giles Duley, as well as experimental antics from Bompas & Parr. Here will take place on Friday 21 September at the Royal Geographical Society, London SW7. Contact For press enquiries or for more information please contact Maya Davies — 020 7739 5222 or md@itsnicethat.com About It's Nice That It's Nice That is a publishing platform committed to championing creativity in any context. Our website, magazine and events programme curate the very best creative talent from around the world. Started in 2007, It's Nice That has built up a loyal, international readership through its independent, honest and upbeat coverage, reaching a broad cross section of consumers and taste makers. Last year, Brand Republic named It's Nice That the sixth most influential media blog in the world, cementing its reputation as one of the go to sites for art and design.


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