We want to channel Lewisham's creativity to develop new ideas for the Boroughs community spaces
So far, the organisation has recruited various individuals from different artistic practices to embark on a few projects this year. This will include drama productions, documentaries on culture and a series of other educational talks. Through the above, we will established our plans and goals, organised scripts, actors and creative crew for up and coming productions, and are willing to provide a showcase of our visionary ideals if requested. We aim to engage the counsel, local businesses and residents of wider communities in and out of London in much needed discussions around urban culture and what effect methods of young peoples engagement need to be in place to promote artistic and personal development for millennials.
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Why it's a great idea:
The ever changing nature of business shifting to online platforms, advancement in social interaction through social media, and a millennial generation raised online as birthed the need for more forms of engagement through digital platforms. Past projects and work have also given key indications that having an online business gives rise to wider range of audiences. 85% of young peoples interaction is via online platforms and almost 75% of young people operate a digital interface. Also online platforms allow for more diverse form of interaction including audience attendance and participation. B3 TV aims to capitalise on the above factors, create an online digital network where young people can be engaged as well as empowered and community cohesion can also be achieved. With B3 TV, our customer, audience, can participate both in gameshows and online interaction, allowing us to be more effective in our engagement and above all, promotes our services to a wider audience
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About the space
London Borough of Southwark