A summary of activity at the national Visual Arts Working Together event with details of the next steps.Read More
John Kampfner will be the keynote speaker at the Visuals Arts Working Together event on Monday 19th May at Southbank Centre, London.Read More
On 05 July 2013 Google played host to the subsidised visual arts sector as part of a knowledge sharing event organised by CVAN.Read More
The final video in this series, featuring coverage of the third debate and including the Q&A session.Read More
The second of three films covering the Conceptualising Engagement debate at this year's national Summit. This video features a presentation by Gill Nicol. The Q&A session is coming next.Read More
The first video from the third debate at this year's national summit, featuring a presentation by National Evaluator, Annabel Jackson.Read More
The last in a series of videos presenting coverage of the second debate from this year's national summit.Read More
Sam Hopley, CEO of Timebanking UK, talks about the benefits of timebanking.Read More
The Director of MAAP, Sue Ball, talks about timebanking as a form of alternative economy.Read More
Artist Sarah Browne shares her views on the subject of Alternative Economies.Read More
Andreas Lang of Publicworks gives his presentation on Alternative Economies:Read More
The director of Wysing Arts Centre, Donna Lynas, introduces the subject of the second panel debate, Alternative Economies.Read More
The third and final video presenting coverage of the Measuring Value debate at our 3rd national summit.
Video coverage of the second debate, Alternative Economies, will following shortly.
The second video, in a series of three, presenting coverage of the Measuring Value debate at our 3rd national summit.
Following a few technical issues, we're pleased to announce that Part 1 of the Measuring Value debate, filmed at the 3rd national summit in London, is now available to view online:
We've begun to upload the collection of videos from Contemporary Visual Arts Network's 2012 Summit, held at City Hall in London.
All sessions from the 10th May event were recorded and we are slowly but surely getting them uploaded to Vimeo. The first two videos are embedded below.
Each time a new video is added we will post a News item on this site. We are also building a Summit Video page that will launch as soon as the last video is up, providing a full archive of the event for future reference. For more information about the Summit, please click here.
Our third national summit kicked off last night with a series of rousing debates at the ICA in London.
We'll be posting more information, along with a summary of the conversation, on this website in the coming days. In the meantime we've pulled together a selection of Tweets posted live by attendees at the ICA.
Our 3rd national summit - Thursday, 10th May
Due to the overwhelming demand for tickets, the summit sold out last night. In an effort to ensure that everyone who wants to attend can, we've just released 30 additional tickets and these can be booked via EventBrite. If you would like to join us, please book as soon as possible - these last few places will take us to capacity at the venue: http://nationalturningpointsummit.eventbrite.com/
We've just updated the summit pages. We've added additional supporting material to the Measuring Value section, including a number of suggested links to relevant articles and Podcasts.
ICA Debates - Wednesday, 09th May
Information about tomorrow's ICA Debates has been circulated to everyone that has registered. If you have not registered, please note that this event has been full for some time now. Please email Lucy Moore if you would like to be added to the waiting list for tickets.
We are less than a week away from our 3rd national summit
In preparation, we've updated the Summit 2012 pages on this website to include information about the programme, including a full timetable for the event, along with supporting materials provided by our panelists.
A few places for the event remain, so if you have not yet booked please do so today: http://nationalturningpointsummit.eventbrite.com/
Registration has opened for the 3rd Turning Point Network National Summit, to be held at City Hall London on 10 May. You can read the summit programme and book places HERE.
Delegate places at the summit are free, but the Turning Point Network is also offering a small number of bursaries to offset expenses for visual artists based in Yorkshire and the Humber wishing to attend.
To apply for a bursary, artists should email Steve Manthorp, Coordinator, Turning Point Yorkshire and Humber at firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday 22nd April, explaining why you wish to attend the Summit and how you would disseminate your experience of the Summit to other artists and/or visual arts professionals.