An additional visitor experience opportunity is our “Open Studio”, a gallery space and viewing area adjacent to the action that will allow visitors and WorldSkills partners to meet and network with a view to developing future project partnerships.
The Open Studio will present a range of displays and technical material from the Healthabitat Sanitation Studio programme, plus further content from the World Plumbing Council.
All involved are excited to be working with a team of Media student volunteers from the School of Technology and Science, Singapore. These students are between the ages of 14-16 and will be supporting film and photography for us during the Challenge. It is an opportunity to witness local youth capturing and communicating our event and its critical global water themes in their own style.
Follow the Water Innovation Challenge here: www.worldskillsfoundation.org/projects/innovation-challenges/