Voice Your Vision Feedback
Several priorities have been identified for the visual arts by those at the event. They are:
- INFORMATION: A one stop-shop for everything that's going on
- PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: More mentoring, and connecting with others
- BROKERING: Connecting artists with others and create opportunities for their work
- A SKILLS BASED HUB
- DATA AND RESEARCH: A central hub
- NEW MODELS: Generating support/revenue through social enterprise etc.
For full details of feedback on the day CLICK HERE
Images from the day can be found here:
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? TPWM will put into action:
ARTIST NEWS AND OPPORTUNITIES TPWM EMAIL BULLETIN (START: NOV/DEC 2010)
TPWM will coordinate and act as the central hub for the submission of information to us – this will include Funding, Commissions, Calls for Work, Courses & Workshops, Jobs, Residencies, Internships – email email@example.com to subscribe.
LISTING OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FOR VISUAL ARTISTS (START: DEC 2010/JAN 2011)
TPWM is currently mapping Artist Professional Development Opportunities across the region and will create a list to signpost to those delivering the services.
As a regional network TPWM can implement some priorities quickly, others will be developed by the Action Group with the TPWM network as we continue the conversations from Monday, online and through future events. TPWM’s role is to support, where possible those priorities that will bring a strategic benefit for the West Midlands and its visual arts network (as distinct from individual projects). Our role is also to advocate and input to the cultural and political debate, placing visual artists at the heart of that debate.
VOICE YOUR VISION
A Turning Point West Midlands Visual Arts Event
Monday 8 November 2010,10am - 4pm
New Art Gallery Walsall
Fiona Banner ‘Be There Saturday Sweetheart’ 1999, Neon light sculpture, collection of The New Art Gallery Walsall
Come and meet people in the visual arts from across the region to discuss the priorities for a Visual Arts Strategy for the West Midlands, and find out more about Turning Point West Midlands. Share the debate and help to shape the vision for growth and a stronger visual arts sector, be a voice... How do we make a difference in the practice and profile of the visual arts in the West Midlands?
The event is free and refreshments will be served. To confirm your attendance email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme details for the day will be emailed to you. The style will be Open Space www.openspaceworld.com/users_guide.htm
“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”
Henry Ford (1863-1947)
Dowload the programme for the day here:
Download the Midwest documents here: