Emporium of Dangerous Ideas18 Jun
This event for all of you interested in Science, technology, engineering, mathematics, creative industries, essential skills, enterprise, education, employability and those interested in the rise of the maker culture in food and drink production in Scotland.
Hosted by The Emporium of Dangerous Ideas and College Development Network, This exciting event will celebrate the art, science and technology of brewing. Hear from industry experts, entrepreneurs, educators as well as two teams from the college sector who are taking on a brewing challenge this spring, about the wide variety of knowledge and skills that constitutes brewing, and how these relate to education today. Are we providing a craft experience in education for young people or do we take the mass production approach? This event will stimulate debate and discussion around the nature of education today.
Who will be brewing a creative mix on the day?
Jamie Cooke, RSA (Scotland)
‘We believe that all human beings have creative capacities that, when understood and supported, can be mobilised to deliver 21st century enlightenment. By sharing powerful ideas and carrying out cutting-edge research, we build networks and opportunities for people to collaborate - creating fulfilling lives and a flourishing society.’
Sarah Drummond, Snook
‘Designing great experiences & solving problems that matter, with people at heart.’
Brings people into a vibrant network involving professionals, technology, design, engineering, coding and many others. ‘Our network spreads across Scotland, the UK and globally through the FabLab network.’
Paul Gorman, Hidden Giants
‘Is micro-brewing a metaphor for education?’
More brewers to be announced...
Anyone can attend! Booking via the Emporium of Dangerous Ideas website is recommended. Join in the conversation - @Dangerous_Ed #dangeroused