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Friday, September 9, 2011

Artworks Scotland - network event

ArtWorks Scotland Annual Networking Event - Thursday 27 October - 10am – 4pm
University of Stirling, Stirling

- network with artists across artforms
- explore next practice in participatory settings
- connect with the ArtWorks Scotland programme
Artists are now being invited to book a place at the first ArtWorks Scotland annual networking event on 27 October 2011 at the macrobert, Stirling. This free, day-long event is open to artists who work in participatory settings in Scotland

In the morning you will hear from Robin Baillie - National Galleries of Scotland, Chris Johnston - Rideout, Joan Parr - Creative Scotland and Nick-e Melville - Writer in Residence at HMP Edinburgh, amongst others, with a focus on recent work in prisons.

After a networking lunch you will be able to attend your choice of practical workshop, including:

- Building a community through Creativity, with Chris Gray, Musician
- Working in participatory settings: What should an artist expect?, with Impact Arts
- Planning and Team Teaching with Teachers - Louise Brown, Citizens Theatre
- Developing a contract between Artist and Participants - Catriona MacInnes, Film Maker
How to book: Attendance is free – the only requirement is that you are a professional artist working both on your own practice and in participatory settings. Places at the event are limited. The closing date for all applications to attend is Friday 7 October 2011

Send a request for a booking form to:

10 travel bursaries (allocated on a first come first served basis) of up to £100 are available to those whose return travel to the event is more than 200 miles, to be claimed by receipt for public transport only, unless in exceptional circumstances.

posted by MB

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