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5G and the Creative Industries: Sports, Events, & Performing Arts

Monday, October 25

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As part of its mission to ensure the UK is at the forefront of global 5G development, UK5G, has developed a series of online events to explore how 5G could hold the key for the creative industries in developing new ways to connect with audiences.

The UK’s Creative Industries are not only considered to be among the world’s very best, they’re also essential to the UK economy; in 2019 alone, they contributed £115.9bn of value. But with rising expectations, shrinking budgets and the need to embrace more sustainable work practices and engage with diverse audiences, the Creative Industries need to explore new and innovative ways to deliver engaging content and experiences. 5G could be the answer.

By signing up to these sessions, you will learn more about how 5G could benefit your business and gain insights into how you can harness this potential by hearing more from innovative organisations who have already trialled and deployed 5G.

5G and the Creative Industries: Sports, Events, & Performing Arts Intel’s 5G Economics of Entertainment report forecasts that 5G will bring $1.3tn increased revenue to the entertainment industry by 2028. Join us to explore how entertainment organisations can harness the potential of 5G. Co-hosted with SVG.

Upcoming events

Wednesday, July 17
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Bringing together four distinct painters – Bernadette Kerrigan, Chris Martin, Daniel Pettitt, and EJ Hauser – Everything That Happens Will Happen Today explores the formal and informal ways each of them make sense of the world through paint.
Saturday, July 20
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Hettie Judah, writer and exhibition curator, shares insights from her research for her book, Acts of Creation: On Art and Motherhood which explores the joys, messes, myths and mishaps of parenting through visual culture.
Wednesday, July 24
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Take a deeper lunchtime look into ‘The Time is Always Now: Artists Reframe the Black Figure’.
Saturday, July 27
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Come and immerse yourselves in an exhibition that explores pivotal moments in Plymouth’s past and present relationship with the sea.

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