At this free event, attendees will be able to hear from groups whose conversations have received support from CVAN East Midlands’ (CVAN EM) collaborative conversation project, The Start of Something, as they reflect on their progress so far and their future plans.
CVAN East Midland's 2017 Annual Event will consider how we make art and maintain an art practice, where we turn for help in the process and practice of making art, if we are looking in the right places and whether we need look at all.
Visual Arts South West's annual event will take place at City Art Gallery, Southampton this year.
New Art West Midlands: An opportunity to get together to see Peter Kennard’s exhibition Off Message at mac birmingham in the company of the artist and curators Craig Ashley and Jessica Litherland. After, a chance to get together over light refreshments to look at the role and development of the Curators’ Network.
CVAN EM, the contemporary visual arts network for the East Midlands, hosts a discussion and networking event as part of its project The Start of Something, which seeks to spark new relationships, collaborations and networks, to make things happen.
As part of their new season of Artist and Curator Development activity, New Art West Midlands are programming a series of Away Days for those within the West Midlands to visit galleries, studios and other visual arts venues both in the region and beyond. The first of their visits is to The New Art Gallery Walsall.
An evening of conversation about curatorial research, exhibitions and performance projects being developed by three freelance curators from the West Midlands.
An afternoon of discussion that seeks to unravel how and why certain cities have become recognised as centres for the Art Market as well as exploring what kind of Art Market centre Manchester, and the North West, currently is / can become.
This one day symposium is hosted by De Montfort University Fine Art Department and Leicester Print Workshop with support from DMU Local and the Fine Art Practices Research Group. Through interviews and panel discussions this symposium explores different approaches to making and creating new art work.
Uncertain States bring together artists, collectors, curators and archivists in a day of discussion around the role and artistic importance of the collector and collections within the context of fine art photography.
Social Making: Socially Engaged Practice Now and Next is a symposium which will bring
examples of international socially‐engaged practices to the South West of the UK, giving the region exposure to a wider network of projects and organisations, and an opportunity to consider a range of methods and their impact.
Sluice__ tours the finalists of the inaugural Sluice_screens ɔc 2015 Prize to Islington Mill in partnership with Caustic Coastal. The evening screening will also mark the launch of the Spring 2016 edition of the biannual Sluice_magazine.
SPUR is hosting a Show + Tell alongside the Martin Parr The Rhubarb Triangle & Other Stories exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield, local students and emerging artists are invited to take part.
Art Is… a day devoted to dialogue, discussions and ideas. This event is focused on thinking about the relationship between art and education and the social function of art.
Working with colleagues in the Netherlands, this symposium will explore the dynamic relationship between artist, curator and organisation; looking at how collaborations on new projects and commissions allows for institutional methodologies and processes to be challenged and changed. Organised by East CVAN.
Featuring contributions from guest speakers and members of the East Midlands’s network,
this event will explore the notion of making things happen; how and why things happen,
who makes things happen, how artists (can) make things happen and will pose the question "What is happening and what needs to happen in the East Midlands?".
Exploring how individual artists specialising in place-making contribute to transforming difficult areas into places in which people choose to live, work, play and invest.
Artist Hajra Waheed and Prof. Steve Graham, Professor of Cities and Society, University of Newcastle will discuss surveillance and drone technology.Mon 29 Feb 2016 / 16.00-19.00. BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead. FREE, booking required