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Teen Do 2017


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"This was all of us at Do Lectures 2015 where we announced that Teen Do would be happening in August 2016. It went better than we could ever had dreamt. So yeah, we are doing it again this year." - Stella & Tessa Hieatt

"This was all of us at Do Lectures 2015 where we announced that Teen Do would be happening in August 2016. It went better than we could ever had dreamt. So yeah, we are doing it again this year."

- Stella & Tessa Hieatt


July 28-30th 2017. The Do Farm, West Wales.

60 teens. 12 speakers. 
Inspiring discussions. 
Hands-on workshops. 
Fresh, local food. 
Live music. 

Where do Ideas go to school? Where does 'How Might We' go to school? Where does curiosity go to school? Where do creative teens go to learn about ideas and creativity, apart from their bedrooms.

Teen Do is 2 day summer camp for creativity. To learn from speakers, to learn from workshops, and to learn from each other.

Today's teenagers are the digital pioneers. We are the first generation to grow up in this new social media world. And, we can make change happen real fast, if we learn how to share our ideas, prototype them, and make them happen.

Teen Do’s purpose is to provide an environment where curiosity, creativity, and confidence can thrive. So we can figure things out for ourselves. No other generation has grown up with such amazing tools that allow us to express ourselves and create.

We’ll hear stories from inspiring speakers. We will make films together and create our own bands. We will listen to each other. We will bake bread and eat tasty food. Ultimately, it’ll be a fun and inspiring experience.

By working together, we will leave with a better understanding of who we want be and what we want to do about it.

What we want to learn (the things they don’t teach us at school): 

- How to listen to your instinct
- How to build your idea into a real thing
- How to laugh at failure
- How to look after yourself
- How to find your purpose
- How to ‘be’ as well as ‘do’
- How to embrace the outdoors
- How to survive the internet
- How to make your ideas happen


60 tickets. 
Tickets cost £500 but we are doing things a bit differently. £250 will be paid by parents at the time your application is accepted and, here’s the fun bit, the remaining £250 will need to be raised by you over the following few months.

As part of your application, you’ll need to tell us how you plan to raise the money. Because we believe that magical experiences only hold the potential for change if you really want them to.

And just like for Do, the talks will be available online for the whole world to watch for free.

It's shaping up to be an amazing event. Here is the line up so far.

Jack Harries
Jack Harries is a Filmmaker and Photographer. He is also one half of JacksGap an online blog and and video project born out of a love of travelling and story telling.

Ally Maz
Ally is the founder of Girlvana Yoga, Ladyvana Retreats and the co-owner of Distrikt Movement. She is empowering young women locally & globally through yoga, meditation, and real conversation.

Holley Murchison
Founder of Oratory Glory. One of our biggest fears is giving a talk in front of people. Holley helps people take that leap. So they can tell the world their story. She founded Oratory Glory, a communication boutique that helps you shine when the spotlight is shining down on you.

Mr Bingo
Illustrator & Rapper. Over the last fifteen years he has worked with hundreds of clients across a wide range of media; you might have seen his illustrations in TIME, Esquire, QI, The Mighty Boosh, The New York Times and on Channel 4. He is a regular in the New Yorker.
 
Tim Beckerling
Creative Director at Net#work BBDO. Tim is a strategic creative problem solver with over 14 years experience at some of South Africa's top creative agencies. He believes that creativity pointed in the right direction can change not only a business, but the world.

Luke Sital-Singh
Singer Songwriter. Luke Sital-Singh's distinctive sound has been likened to everyone from Bon Iver to Neil Young. He's making waves and rising fast. Bare boned, finger picked guitar accompanies the hair raising tenor of Luke's tender, almost tremulous voice. His music has been played on some of the biggest shows on Netflix including Grey's Anatomy and Suits.

Francesca Brown
CEO of Goals 4 Girls, a football development programme, which empowers young women aged between 11-16 through sports and education. She aims to break down barriers & reduce inactivity amongst young women in sport, by raising self-confidence, self-esteem and mindsets.

Sarah Outen
Adventurer by land and sea. Sarah's most recent major expedition was a 4.5 year bid to loop the planet using human power - rowing across oceans, cycling across continents and kayaking the bits in between. An advocate of getting outside, Sarah is all about sharing the good energy and spirit of the outdoors and adventure.

Interested? 
For the opportunity of a place at Teen Do 2017, just download, complete and return the application form:

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Any questions (no matter how big or small), we’d love to talk it through. Email teendo@thedolectures.co.uk.

 

Earlier Event: November 26
The Do Market
Later Event: June 28
DO Wales 2018. 10th Anniversary.