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Future Positive Feedback

 

Here is the feedback on priorities for development from our Future Positive event on 26 May.

VIEW A COPY OF THE PRESENTATION ON A+, AS DELIVERED BY SU JONES (A-N) AND NICK KAPLONY (ARTQUEST).  

 Su Jones, Director of a-n, discusses A+ with Nick Kaplony of Artquest. A+ is a new collaborative professional development scheme between a-n and Artquest

 

TPWM Coordinator Wendy Law leads an audience and panel discussion on professional development for artists in the West Midlands

 

FUTURE POSITIVE

 

26 MAY 2011 - 1 - 5PM (DRINKS FROM 5PM)
SCHOOL OF ART, BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MARGARET STREET, B3 3BX

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PROGRAMME FOR THE DAY.

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED AND A WAITING LIST IS IN PLACE.

 

Print by Niall R Singh. Photograph by Amy L Wallis.

What are the routes for visual artists in the West Midlands to develop their professional and creative practice?

  • Find out what is available regionally and nationally to support your professional development: both your practice and your business.
  • Discuss opportunities for national collaboration through a-n and Artquest’s new programme A+
  • Comment on what is not currently available and what would be useful to have.

  • Feedback on the TPWM Action Plan

TPWM is part of a large national network. We are supported by Arts Council England to develop a Plan for the Visual Arts for the West Midlands. We will update you on the Plan and ask for your feedback.

Sign up now by emailing jane.morrow@bcu.ac.uk 

This is the second in a series of TPWM public events and builds on the feedback from the TPWM `Voice Your Vision' 2010 event at The New Art Gallery in Walsall.

A TPWM brochure will be published soon with a commissioned essay highlighting the strengths of the visual arts in the West Midlands and will set out the priority actions for how we, as a regional and national network, go forward.