This exciting conference will explore the role of artists working in the community and how the education and arts and culture sector view, value and prepare artists to work with and alongside members of our communities. Hosted by NHS Research & Development North West and the Philip Barker Centre for Creative Learning at the University of Chester, the conference organisers hope to attract a wide range of participants to join in many open discussions around the theme.
This event provides you with the opportunity to examine how the education and arts and culture sector view, value and prepare artists to work with and alongside members of our communities. What will artists do in the short- and medium-term future? Should we redefine artistic excellence in the 21st Century? Should we value more those artists working predominantly alongside members of our communities? How could we transform the current training and career pathways for artists looking to develop careers based within community practice and what might be the drivers for change?
This free event will be held online on Friday 11th September from 10am – 4.30pm. For full details and booking please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/catalyst-...
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