Towner is seeking someone with demonstrable experience in supporting and communicating with schools, other educational settings and community groups, who understands current gallery education practice and with a keen interest in creative learning.Read More
Dialogues – Towards Change is an invitation to come together to address rights and representation in the visual arts sector, initiated by CVAN South East in partnership with a number of our network organisations.Read More
Aspex needs your vote to win £50,000 of National Lottery funding to extend its welcome to Portsmouth's refugee and asylum seeker community.Read More
This week Platform 2017, an initiative led by CVAN South East opens at MK Gallery in Milton Keynes. The gallery will exhibit four solo exhibitions of exceptional work by promising graduates from three local universities. Over five months, forty-one graduate artists selected from sixteen universities will be exhibited in five partner galleries across the South East.Read More
The Contemporary Visual Arts Network South East (CVAN SE) announces in partnership with five of its network’s flagship galleries the winning artist for its Platform Graduate Award 2016, Daniel Owusu, a graduate of University of Kent.Read More
Tom Heatley from University of Brighton wins the 2015 graduate artist award. CVAN (The Contemporary Visual Arts Network) South East in partnership with four other flagship galleries in the South East of England, is delighted to announce that photography graduate from University of Brighton, Tom Heatley, is the winner of the Platform Graduate Award 2015.
CVAN South East are recruiting a new Manager to replace current postholder Amanda King who is leaving after eight years managing the network.
Blast Theory have produced a 28-page guide to crowdfunding, to help other organisations and individuals who want to use crowdfunding to support their work.Read More
Sophie Dixon has been announced as the winner of the 2014 Platform Graduate Award.Read More
A report by the Arts and Humanities Research Council's Cultural Value Project was launched recently in the House of Commons, highlighting the life-enhancing impact of arts and cultural organisations on health and well-being in their local communities.Read More