On 24 June, the City of London Corporation and the Genesis Foundation, which champions the work of young actors, directors, playwrights and musicians, brought together leading figures from the UK’s cultural scene for the second talk in the Cultural Conversation series, designed to highlight how culture and innovation contribute to the vibrancy and success of the City.
Hosted by Lord Mayor of the City of London, William Russell, and supported by the Genesis Foundation, the talk was entitled ‘Designing a Museum for London’s Future’. The event was chaired by Tim Marlow, Chief Executive and Director of the Design Museum in London, who was in conversation with Asif Khan, Designer, and Sharon Ament, Director of the Museum of London.
This second conversation took take place online via Zoom Webinar, with an introduction from the Lord Mayor and closing remarks from John Studzinski, Founder and Chairman of the Genesis Foundation, before the conversation was opened out to an audience Q&A.
A recording of the event can be viewed below.