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【What is New Idea Club?】
New Idea are always born from people. Being alone can make nothing. But being together can always bring something. Why not collaborate? Share the idea! Give your thought! It is a starting point for collaboration!
New Idea Club does brainstorming dialogue in order to expand new idea with your creativity. Through the session, we have newer idea, which are opportunities for many people to collaboratively work on! Come and meet new idea and like-minded people! You'll find what you love to do for happiness!
The Fox Club - Welcome to The Fox Club, a sharper social choice for the discerning. Step inside and you’ll immediately recognise the qualities that make our private members club and bijou hotel a departure from the usual. It’s not quite an anti-club, but it’s certainly an antidote to the many of Mayfair’s traditional establishments. It’s a fun and friendly place to unwind with friends, eat fine food and even spend the night in dreamy luxury. So come in, chill out and let us show you around.
18:00-18:30 : Drink and Networking
18:30-19:00 : Idea Pitch (3 mins presentation + Q&A session)
19:00-19:30 : Dialogue #01 (15 mins for brainstorm + 10 mins for group presentations)
19:30-20:00 : Dialogue #02 (15 mins for brainstorm + 10 mins for group presentations)
20:00-20:30 : Dialogue #03 (15 mins for brainstorm + 10 mins for group presentations)
20:30-21:00 : Drink and Networking
【The Theme：Art Meets Social】
"Art meets social" This is a collaborative art photography projects named (unoficially) "Jeff Wall 2.0". We create art pieces by collaborating Japanese landscape with UK people in a photography like what Jeff Walls has done.
Through this art, we have a mission to tell the importance of collaboration, social capital, etc by making a "social" impact in the way of how social enterprise works. We apply the way of social enterprise into the system of how art works as a business.
"Art meets social" Let's change the way of how artists work, and create a social impact as a "social enterprise", shall we?