Platform 2 with ArtWorks Cymru
A series of six seminars to examine issues around ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings.
The Quality Question – How do you do it?
Please join us for two hours of provocation, questions and conversation followed by a glass of wine, an opportunity to explore the issues and network.
Panellists: Toby Lowe, Chief Executive of Helix Arts, a participatory arts organisation in the North East of England which specialises in enabling disadvantaged and marginalised people to explore, reflect on and share their personal and collective narratives. See www.helixarts.com
Miranda Ballin, Arts Development Co-ordinator, Valleys Kids, Valleys Kids is a charity based in South Wales with a 34-year track record of working with disadvantaged children and families. See http://valleyskids.org
Date : Wednesday 27 March 6.30-8.30pm
Venue : Sherman Cymru Basement Rehearsal Room, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff CF24 4YE
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
These seminars are organised by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation with the aspiration of reaching a wider community of practice. Speakers will be working in the field and generating practice. The seminars are taking place around the UK, with ArtWorks Pathfinder and HE/FE partners. Each seminar will standalone but will build into a series which spans where practice has come from and what the future might look like.
The seminars are aimed at an audience of those interested in finding out more about the learning from ArtWorks and the wider debate around developing practice – CPD providers, commissioners, HE/FE educators, trainers and artists.