Artworks Cymru event in Bangor on 29 June

ArtWorks Logo - no special initiativeArtworks Cymru: Putting it into Practice 5
Exploring Quality in Participatory Settings

ArtWorks Cymru is a two year programme based in Wales developing practice in participatory settings, and supporting the continuing professional development of artists at different stages of their career working in participatory settings. ArtWorks Cymru is driven by a consortium of partners made up of artists and arts organisations from across Wales.

ArtWorks Cymru has been funded for two more years and will roll out a programme of seed funding, research and networking from January 2015. The ArtWorks Cymru partnership now comprises of 26 arts organisations and artists from across Wales.

Over the next two years we will be continuing to explore the key issues at the heart of the ArtWorks Initiative, and one of the really urgent issues is quality: how we communicate it and how we foster it.

We would like to invite you to a seminar exploring what the key ingredients for creating quality are, and looking at what we need in Wales to help us to foster it in participatory settings.

Date: 1pm – 4pm Monday 29th June 2015
Venue: TCR 3, Ground Floor, Main Arts Building, Bangor University, College Road, Bangor, LL57 2DG

Tea and Coffee will be served on arrival. Simultaneous Welsh translation will be available for English speakers.

This event is presented in collaboration with Pontio. Facilitated by Rhian Hutchings & Jên Angharad.

1pm Introduction and agenda setting
1.15pm Presentation: ArtWorks Quality Research
2pm Discussion: Quality Ingredients: What are the key ingredients that create a quality project?
3pm Discussion: Quality Tool Box: If we want to share responsibility for quality across the sector, what tools do we need to put in place?
4pm Session Ends

To book a place on the seminar, visit the eventbrite page below:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/artworks-cymru-rhoi-ar-waith-putting-it-into-practice-5-tickets-16933527637

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