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Programme announced: West Midlands Visual Art Forum, 19 October 2012

REVEAL: Artist-led Activity in the West Midlands

A Forum for visual artists across the West Midlands



FRIDAY 19 OCTOBER, 1pm-4.30pm, FREE

Come along to:

  • Find out from artists running collectives what is going on in their cities and area
  • Learn about the `small change' philosophy from Nabeel Hamdi
  • Debate the priorities put forward by representatives from artist collectives in Coventry, Stoke, Worcester, Birmingham, Hereford and Wolverhampton
  • Explore how artists set the agenda for the sector and for CVAN, the national network
  • Contribute to decision making on the actions we take forward in the West Midlands.


The programme for the day can be downloaded HERE

More information will also be posted on the events page in due course: http://www.tpwestmidlands.org.uk/tpwm-annual-visual-art-forum/


If you would like to attend please email jane.morrow@bcu.ac.uk with ‘Visual Art Forum’ in the subject heading. Please note: places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Your booking will be confirmed via email before 30 September 2012. 


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