TCCE is holding it’s summer symposium: Refresh, Reboot, Retool: new imaginaries for challenging times on Tuesday 3rd July 2018 at The Art Workers’ Guild in Bloomsbury, London. The symposium brings together academics, artists, creatives, policy-makers and people from other sectors. Refresh Reboot, Retool: new imaginaries for challenging times sets out to create a space in which to encourage, debate, conversation, play, knowledge exchange and co-creation about some of our most important contemporary challenges including: politics, diversity, identity, place and environment…
The Family Arts Campaign is delighted to announce their first ever national Family Arts Leadership Symposium, inviting both established and emerging cultural leaders to engage in some of the big issues affecting our work and to shape the future landscape for family arts. The programme will include keynote speakers in the field of Leadership along with cultural leaders in Leeds and the wider Yorkshire area who will be discussing leading family-friendly organisational cultures.
The Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands' Annual Event, taking place on Thursday 19 April in Northampton will explore what conditions are needed and what are the right risks to run to make something happen. What might future art practice look like and what are useful new ways of doing things.
Being an artist can take you to places you never thought were possible, but the paths are unclear and the maps complicated. Come on a trip that treads the routes that artists take, goes back to places we have all been before, and shares the picnics along the way to help us plan the next excursions.
This conference forms part of Making Ways, delivered through a partnership with Sheffield Hallam University and Yorkshire and Humber Visual Arts Network (YVAN) with additional support from Bloc Projects and Yorkshire Artspace.
CVAN East Midland's 2017 Annual Event will consider how we make art and maintain an art practice, where we turn for help in the process and practice of making art, if we are looking in the right places and whether we need look at all.
An afternoon of discussion that seeks to unravel how and why certain cities have become recognised as centres for the Art Market as well as exploring what kind of Art Market centre Manchester, and the North West, currently is / can become.
Art Is… a day devoted to dialogue, discussions and ideas. This event is focused on thinking about the relationship between art and education and the social function of art.
Working with colleagues in the Netherlands, this symposium will explore the dynamic relationship between artist, curator and organisation; looking at how collaborations on new projects and commissions allows for institutional methodologies and processes to be challenged and changed. Organised by East CVAN.
Featuring contributions from guest speakers and members of the East Midlands’s network,
this event will explore the notion of making things happen; how and why things happen,
who makes things happen, how artists (can) make things happen and will pose the question "What is happening and what needs to happen in the East Midlands?".
The Creative Industries Federation invites members of the North East's arts, creative industries and cultural education community to a meeting at BALTIC on Monday 16th November to discuss the issues, challenges and opportunities facing the region's creative future.
The next Open Forum on the Role of Artists and the Arts in Place-making is to be held at The Orangery, Wakefield, on Friday 16th October 11 - 4 pm.
Curious Minds | Arts in Education Conference: Shaping the Future of Cultural Education in the North West
Curious Minds is pleased to invite partners from National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs) and beyond to a conference exploring Cultural Education in schools across the North West. The day is for staff from NPOs who work with schools and other artists, companies and organisations with an interest in this area and will be an opportunity to: