Join us this month for the ‘Crosslight Learning Sessions’, a conference that explores how the creative and cultural industries have responded to the global pandemic. It also aims to strengthen the ASEAN+3 countries through meaningful collaborations. British Council Director for Partnerships Southeast Asia Julia Kim-Davies (TH) and Edit Her Founder Sakaynah Hunter (UK) will share stories of resilience and creative adaptations in Southeast Asia and the UK. The event is organised by the ASEAN University Network on Culture and Arts, with the Commission on Higher Education and the Association of Cultural Offices in Philippine Educational Institutions, Inc. Session schedules below (PH time): 📅 11 June, 9.10–9.40am – ‘Cultural resilience in ASEAN’ w/ Julia Kim-Davies 📅 18 June, 10.05–10.50am – ‘Ways to monetise creative services’ with Sakaynah Hunter Sign up today! See you. https://bit.ly/3cIXZ7N ---- AUN Secretariat ASEAN University Network on Culture and Arts Commission on Higher Education(CHED) Acopei Inc. De La Salle University DLSU Culture & Arts Office- Official EDIT HER #ArtConnectsUs #Arts #Culture #ASEAN #Resilience #Innovation #CreativeCommunitiesLearningLab #aseanuniversitynetwork
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