In 2019- 2020, Culture Mile and Foundation for Future London partnered on the FUSION PRIZE, a new competition – with a £50,000 prize fund – to find innovative ways to upskill future generations, empowering them to meet the demands of today’s employers.
Winners Nate Agbetu and Ayo Fagbemi from Play Nice created The Pattern, a programme, created by and for fringe communities, aimed particularly at people who feel that the creative industries are not for them.
To find out more about the winning project, visit The Pattern’s website.
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Six finalists were chosen for the inaugural Fusion Prize. All six projects were awarded £1,000 seed funding to develop their proposal further over the last few months. The winner has been awarded £50,000 to pilot their proposal.
Find out more about the six finalist projects below.