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'What Now?': A Post-College Guide with Sarabande

14 Jul 2021 – 15 Jul 2021

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Wed, 14 Jul
19:00 – 20:30
Thu, 15 Jul
11:00 – 20:30

Free admission

Sarabande

London
England, United Kingdom

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'WHAT NOW?': A POST-COLLEGE GUIDE WITH SARABANDE

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'WHAT NOW?': A POST-COLLEGE GUIDE WITH SARABANDE

14TH - 15TH JULY 

14TH (19:00 - 20:30) - Panel Talk with Life Coach Abigail Wilmore in conversation with Shin Aduwa, Benny Andallo and Robert George Sanders. 

15TH (11:00 - 18:30) - Drop-in Workshop Stations at the Sarabande Foundation with Abigail Wilmore, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of 1Granary Olya Kuryshchuk, Bold Tendencies' Hannah Barry, Stephanie Finnan and more. 

15TH (19:00 - 20:30) - Panel Talk with Stephanie Finnan with department specialists from Alexander McQueen. 

In 2019, the creative industries contributed £115.9bn to the UK economy, an increase of 43.6% from 2010. Despite this, graduate employment in the creative industries is 15% lower than those pre-pandemic. During 2019 and 2020, employers recruited 12% fewer graduates and 29% fewer interns.

What Now? Let’s pull together for the future of fashion and arts graduates.

Sarabande is hosting a series of talks and workstations to help youtackle that post-college panic. Bringing together industry experts, What Now? will guide you on how you can focus your mind to realise your vision, increase your employability, and bolster your portfolio to appeal to fashion and the creative industries.

An in-person and online event, join us to gain remarkable insight from an extraordinary cross-section of creative business professionals. Sarabande has invited experts from renowned luxury brands and institutions including lifecoach and HR specialist Abigail Wilmore, Bold Tendencies' Art Trainee Program, 1 Granary, Stephanie Finnan from Creative Search, Alexander McQueen and more. 

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