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The People’s Pavilion

Delivered by Beyond The Box Consultants

The People’s Pavilion by Beyond The Box Consultants is offering young East Londoners a chance to work in partnership with professionals from the design, construction and creative arts industries to design and build their own Pavilion and curate a 10-day festival in it, at Here East Campus in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The project is supported by our Foundations Programme, which is co-funded via a four-year partnership with City of London.

The Foundation Programme’s aim is to develop longer term shared learnings between the two new cultural districts of East Bank and Culture Mile and  supports our local collaborative cultural programming around creative education, lifelong learning and employment opportunities.

About the project

The People’s Pavilion flips the script on who gets to design and curate cultural spaces. It invites young East Londoners to work in partnership with professionals from the design, construction and creative arts industries, entering a competition to design and build their own space (Pavilion) and curate a 10-day festival to take place at the Pavilion, which will be built on London’s Here East Campus in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

We have brought together producers and curators from across the creative sectors to run a series of free online masterclasses including Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group, The V&A Museum, London College of Fashion, Studio Wayne Mcgregor, Museum of London, Bloomberg Media Studios, Unscene Architecture, The Royal Institute of British Architects, ENSPIRE Management and more.

After the online Masterclass series is complete, we will open up applications to employ a team of young people to work with us to produce the festival.

 

Take part

To get involved, email: neil@beyondtheboxconsultants.com or phone 07522996693.

For more information, see beyondtheboxconsultants.com/the-peoples-pavilion

Part of

Westfield East Bank Creative Futures Fund

Transforming lives and careers of people in East London

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Supported by

City of London

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