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The Kaleidoscope Festival - Aiming to Inspire others
by Startacus Admin
With its’ aim of ‘inspiring others to do something great’ we are digging the vibe of the Kaleidoscope International Creative Festival which is to be held at the Barbican Hall, London on the 27th and 28th November.
A barrier for many creative types is that some ‘how to’ Events and Festivals are more catered for either the techy startup person or the next wannabe Apprentice candidate. Now, we are not saying that both of these communities are not just as relevant (in fact they are essential for the startup scene); however such an environment is probably not overly conducive to the aspiring creative, artist, designer, illustrator, filmmaker, animator, photographer, and creative type to feel comfortable in learning and taking inspiration from.
Many creative people struggle with the not so small details of taking their creativity and making it into something that can both inspire others and sell to the general public. Therefore we are keen to see how the Kaleidoscope Festival tackles this theme.
Coining itself as the “only event of it's kind in the UK”, the Kaleidoscope International Creative Festival targets aspiring students and the emerging artists, designers and industry professional looking for that inspirational kick. By matching festival-goers with creative visionaries, they are looking to inspire others to do something great! Offering events, speakers and workshops, isn’t anything revolutionary, but we hope to hear of some revolutionary ‘happenings’ going down.
Any festival that is looking to match creatives with the motivation and knowledge they may need to get things happening, gets our support; so we look forward to finding out more about this event and who is in attendance as the two day festival gets closer.
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