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Turning Point West Midlands is holding a conference tomorrow, between 10am and 3.30pm at Warwick Arts Centre.
It is widely predicted that the period following the economic crisis of 2008 will be a 'lost decade' with no economic growth and a consequent absence of opportunities for a generation to initiate their careers. At a time when Universities are undergoing huge changes, this day conference, facilitated by Turning Point West Midlands, explores what is needed to place the region's art schools at the centre of a dynamic, sustainable cultural ecology.
Art in a cold climate
is for artists and academics who teach in art schools, their students and alumni and other cultural brokers in the region.
Tickets cost £5 for individuals & concessions / £10 when paid by an institution and are available from Warwick Arts Centre Box Office:
Telephone: 02476 524 524
to book online