Join us on Thursday 16th September for the third year of Goodfest, the festival for creatives that explores how to inspire sustainable change through purposeful ideas and actions.
The creative industry has the greatest potential to drive change. Greater than governments. Greater than scientists. Greater than environmentalists. The impact of the creative sector spreads far and wide, and infiltrates every element of day to day life. By coming together we can learn from one another and drive that change.
This year the event will once again be virtual, and building on last year’s experience the 2021 outing will be an interactive and collaborative affair for all attendees. We are delighted to welcome Natalie Fee (award-winning environmental campaigner, speaker and author) and Mark Shayler (Designer – ‘making things better and making better things’) as the first of our guest speakers (with more to be announced soon).
Throughout the day we will all, together, co-evolve a set of principals that will form the basis of The Sustainable Creative Manifesto. This will be launched after the event, with a set of pledges and actions that businesses and individuals commit to, and a toolkit of resources and assets to assist them. We want Goodfest to be the starting point of widespread positive change across the creative sectors. We’d love for you to join us and be a part of making that happen.
Tickets are free for those based in TR&PL postcodes, funded by Cultivator Cornwall, and a small donation is requested from individuals and groups from further afield. The majority of the Goodfest team and speakers donate their time and any income raised will be reinvested into growing Goodfest’s activity and impact.
We are also grateful to our partners at University of Plymouth for supporting this event.