High Impact Events
We help organisations embrace and explore big ideas through high impact events, and make complex ideas come alive through collaboration and curiosity, activity and creativity.
We are leading the Engagement and Communications Strategy for the £4.4 million DEFRA funded project in Eastbourne and Southern Wealden.
East Sussex County Council
We designed a Community Engagement Strategy for a six year flood and innovation project called Blue Heart.
British Science Festival
In collaboration with radio producers, local artists, researchers, and neurodivergent communities, we made a sensory map to draw everyone into the wonderful British Science Festival in Exeter in 2023.
Standon Calling Festival
For the past three years, we run the Lawn Stage at Standon Calling Music festival. We curated talks, discussions, and interactive events for an audience of 16,000 people.
On behalf of the University of Exeter, we’ve delivered events for FUTURES: A Festival of Discovery for the South West across Devon and Cornwall for the last three years.
We enjoy exploring different formats to communicate innovative and bonkers ideas to our audience. We work with researchers to deliver the experience of learning in an informal way during a guided walk and talk.
In 2021, we were instrumental in helping the University of Exeter with a landmark Civic University Agreement.
Exeter City Council Summit
Followed by the invitation of Exeter City Council, we staged a Leadership Summit on City Centre Anti-Social Behaviour.
Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
We helped the Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence to deliver two major projects to communicate the institute’s cutting edge research directly to the public.
In 2021, we brought an event called Creative Responses to Climate Change to St. Petrock’s Church in Bodmin for the arts and community organisation IntoBodmin.
Global Systems Institute
The Global Systems Institute at the University of Exeter celebrated the 100th birthday of James Lovelock and we created a companion sell-out public event called ‘Can I do anything about climate change?’.