For anyone with a creative mind finding the right outlet and career opportunity is exceptionally difficult. When it comes down to finding new avenues and looking for new ways to expand yourself as an artist, Lucknow lacks not only in opportunity but also in guidance and mentorship.

Which is why, every creator from Lucknow, no matter who they are- a writer, a poet, a YouTuber, dancer, makeup artist or a cinematographer, need to know about this amazing festival happening in Uttarakhand. Made especially for creators and creative people, this festival helps you find the right balance between passion, profession and creating new opportunities for yourself.

A 3 nights 4 days career camp & getaway

If you live in Lucknow, finding your way to the Jim Corbett National Park isn't that big of a deal. The place is close, peaceful and surrounded by nature, which makes it one of Lucknow's favourite places to camp out at or simply unwind.

Yet, it is not a getaway or a holiday that we're suggesting, but a full fledged career camp where you can not only find the right kind of guidance but mentorship from professionals in the field.

The F of X festival or (Factor of Creativity) is a festival for creators and creative people where you can unwind, meet new people and find your way to a new and achievable career goals.

The festival will bring together a harmonious combination of spiritual guidance, talk of passion and what the heart requires when speaking of a career, a space for talking about mental well being of creators, master classes by industry professionals and workshops that provide hand on experience.

All this makes the festival a journey that will not only help you shape your career but also ensure that you meet the right people and ask the right questions.

The guests for the festival include, Rega Jha (kickstarted Buzzfeed India at the age of 22), Shruti Sitara Singh (Ex-Creative Head Lakme Fashion Week), Raghava KK (Curator of world's first AI x Art Show, International Artist), Mohit Satyanand (one of the most amazing individual, Co-Starter of Jaipur Literature Festival), Jay Oza (Cinematographer, Gully Boy & Made in Heaven), Vaibhav Sinisty (Growth Hacker to over 70+ companies), Abhijit Patil (Ex Growth Head - Dunzo), Lifafa (musician, Lead of Peter Cat Recording Co.) and 30 more such creators.

With the festival you will not only get to interact with these people, listen to their stories but you'll also get to become a part of their masterclasses, learn their quirks and find the missing puzzle piece for your success with their help.

Knock Knock

If you're a creator living in Lucknow or anywhere nearby, this festival is undoubtedly a must attend. The creative geniuses will help you find the right career balance and help you create and find new opportunities to grow and become.

Date: Feb 20

Tickets: ₹26,000 onwards (for 4 days and 3 nights) | Book yours here

Venue: Jim Corbett National park, Uttarakhand

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