About Future Culture
Future Culture was formed in 2008 bringing together a wealth of expertise ranging from Youth Arts and Culture to Events Management and Project Management. We are able to assist at all stages of the project lifecycle: our aim is to free up your time to concentrate on other projects by offering specialist expertise in areas such as fundraising, consultation, delivery and evaluation. Our knowledge of youth engagement and retention strategies means that we are able to accomplish excellent outcomes for young people who participate in the programmes we create.
Other strands of Future Culture include Team Building Days offering innovative experiences without the ‘Cringe Factor' and Tutor Bank which is a directory of outstanding tutors who can be booked through Future Culture. We also can arrange performers for your events to bring the ‘wow' factor to any setting as we represent some of the fantastic young talent in the UK today.
The name Future Culture derives from the idea of enabling young people to create their future culture. It also links to a manifesto created in 1993 with the dawn of the Internet Age, when a collective of intellectuals predicted that the Internet would bring about the exchange of ideas as a commodity. We really like this idea here at Future Culture, as we strongly believe in the value of ideas and collaboration.
Future Culture collaborates with leading organisations within the UK, but we are still open to working with a select few new organisations for truly innovative projects. We are happy to discuss any ideas you may have, so please see our Services page for further information or contact us
Some of our clients include the National Maritime Museum, Slough Borough Council, Creative Academy, Windsor and Maidenhead Council, Adventure Capturists Ltd, Leicester City Council, E-creation Ltd, Creative Junction, Croydon Council and Slough Museum.