Shinebright this summer with glacéau vitaminwater…
Following on from their success last year, Vitaminwater has decided to once again campaign to nurture and promote young creative talent in the capital as they open up their Shinebright studio at Truman Brewery in the heart of London’s creative hub.
As any aspiring musician will tell you, studio time is not cheap or easy to come by. Thankfully from today the studio will be open to the public for seven weeks this summer. The unique new pop up space will providing the public with a place to exhibit, create and be inspired as well as offer young creatives a range of exclusive opportunities to work with and be inspired by some of the biggest names in the entertainment and creative industries with regular workshops and mentoring sessions.
Amongst the 2014 shinebright partners are; critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Foxes, self-made amateur filmmaker turned sbtv media boss Jamal Edwards, music mogul James Lavelle, influential fashion designers Agi & Sam, Christopher Raeburn and Rosie Wolfenden from Tatty Devine, founder of the school for creative startups Doug Richard and music industry titan Rob da bank.
In addition there is the chance for one lucky individual to win a place worth £3,500 on the school for creative start-up’s 9 month training and support programme, where they can gain invaluable business know-how from experts in the industry, as well as all the tools they need to get their concept off the ground http://www.schoolforcreativestartups.com/ and also the chance to exhibit at the shinebright studio for the final week.
Foxes, who opens the summer schedule on the evening of the 30th july, said of the shinebright studio, “It’s a place for people to imagine and I love that. The whole concept of the studio is really exciting for me – somewhere with real creativity and a sense of opportunity at its heart. I’m thrilled to be performing and holding a mentoring workshop where we can all talk about our shared passion for music and arts.”