Harmeet Chagger-Khan has more than 12 years of experience facilitating and producing dynamic projects that bring out the Renaissance qualities within individuals in communities, organisations & across cities regardless of age, social, economic or professional standing. Having researched Cultural Innovation at the Futurelab, Ars Electronica & worked on behaviour change campaigns as Digital Strategist at M&C Saatchi, Harmeet uses the premise of storytelling across film & digital media, fused with the artistic expertise of other disciplines, to create a space where the inventor, the artist, the intellect, the communicator & the leader can be harnessed and for individuals to recognise how valuable their contribution is within a community, a society, an organisation or as a global citizen.
Since completing a Nesta Fellowship on the Clore Leadership Programme in 2012, Harmeet has continued to invest in work that creates people centric system change & advocates creative & cultural innovation across Birmingham. Recent projects/appointments include; co-created artistic content at New Art Gallery Walsall (2014), governance at Board level as Vice Chair of C&T Theatre (2015), film production for Southbank Centre as part of Alchemy Festival (2015), facilitator & animator with Kairos Women Working Together (2016) & Creative Producer on Qawwali Shrine (2016). Currently a BOM Fellow, Harmeet is exploring ‘antidotes’ to life using new technologies.
Clients include: Southbank Centre, Sampad, THSH, Library of Birmingham, Oldham Coliseum, Birmingham City Council, RSA, New Art Gallery Walsall, University of Birmingham & Saudi Aramco.