advisor on arts and philanthropy; former deputy mayor of London for education and culture; author, The Politics of Culture: the case for universalism
Munira Mirza is an adviser on arts and philanthropy. She was deputy mayor for education and culture at the Greater London Authority. She has worked for a range of cultural and charitable organisations including the Royal Society of Arts, the independent think tank Policy Exchange, and Tate. In 2009 she completed her PhD in sociology at the University of Kent. She has written extensively about cultural and social policy in the UK. Munira is a member of the boards of the Royal Opera House.
Saturday 28 October, 09:30 Free Stage
Battle of Ideas 2017 Welcome Address
Saturday 28 October, 12:00 Conservatory
From Basquiat to Banksy: street art and urbanism
Saturday 28 October, 14:00 Frobisher 4-6
Igniting the spark of creativity in Brexit Britain