Music for Impact: Ask AY Young

The RSA, London 8 John Adam St. London WC2N 6EZ, UK
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About this Event

About this event

The worlds of music, culture and art have a massive role to play in making progress on sustainable development goals. But how do young people starting out in the industry navigate a path that connects their creative talent to their social change mission?

This London Climate Action Week, the RSA are partnering with singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and UN SDG Youth Leader AY Young for a day of conversations focused on how artists can mobilise audiences and communities to champion sustainability, securing a healthier, kinder future for people, places and planet.

On the 26 June, young Fellows and those new to the RSA are invited to RSA House for an “AMA” session with AY on sustainability and artistry in the music business.

AY will talk about his career as a producer and performer supporting acts from Wyclef Jean to Wiz Khalifa, to creating the ground-breaking renewably powered Battery Tour, as well as being joined by artists and musicians who are pursuing sustainable pathways through the industry.