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C-Ship: a new programme from ICHEC, Brussels

ICHEC

Are you an artist, cultural manager, artistic institution or organization?Are you looking for a way out of the crisis?Do you have an idea to develop?Do you want to grow your business or make it more resilient?C-SHIP (Cultural Entrepreneurship) is an intensive training program ...

Cost
400 - 1000 euros
Start date
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Posted
4 months ago

2021 CAN Conference

Cambridge City Council

Academics at Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Cambridge will come together with practitioners in the creative arts sector to share learning about life under lockdown as part of the CAN (Cambridge Arts Network) conference which takes place online from 16 February ...

Cost
-
Start date
Tue 16 Feb, 2021 - 2:00am
Posted
5 months ago

Running virtual work-based programmes for young people (Kids In Museums)

Kids In Musesums

With COVID-19 uncertainty continuing to affect how we work with young people, how can museums bring their work-based programmes online?  In this virtual training session, we will explore a range of approaches to developing virtual work-based programmes for young people, includ...

Cost
£16.76 – £27.54
Start date
Tue 23 Feb, 2021 - 10:00am
Posted
6 months ago

Creative Technology Sessions

CAN

The latest outcome from this summer's Culture Under COVID discussions addresses the use of technology in engaging arts and culture audiences. Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and Cambridge Arts Network (CAN) are pleased to offer a series of training and development sessions to s...

Cost
-
Start date
Mon 30 Nov, 2020 - 9:00am
Posted
8 months ago

Culture, Creativity and Health: Winter Gatherings 16-20 November 2020

Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance

A week of virtual events and webinars, 16 – 20 November 2020Hosted by the Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance and Arts & Health South West. Regional events in the morning, national themed events in the afternoons. This event will be a chance to hear from people workin...

Cost
£5, £10, £15
Start date
Mon 16 Nov, 2020 - 10:00am
Posted
9 months ago

Celebrating Age webinar: adapting through Covid-19

Family Arts Campaign

The Family Arts Campaign are delighted to deliver a free Celebrating Age webinar, in partnership with Arts Council England. This free session will explore how arts & cultural organisations have changed and adapted their approach to continue to connect with and engage old...

Cost
-
Start date
Thu 12 Nov, 2020 - 10:00am
Posted
9 months ago

Catalyst Event: Whose culture is it anyway?!?

Philip Barker Centre For Creative Learning, University of Chester

This exciting conference/catalyst event will explore the role of artists working in the community and how the education and arts and culture sector view, value and prepare artists to work with and alongside members of our communities. We think it will be a really exciting oppo...

Cost
-
Start date
Fri 11 Sep, 2020 - 10:00am
Posted
11 months ago

Programme for young artists deferring degree studies

Metal

Some young artists are looking to defer their degree studies due to Covid-19 and other reasons. Metal is creating a FREE programme of workshops and training to help keep young artists creatively active and connected during their year out. It is a cross-art form programme which...

Cost
-
Start date
Thu 1 Oct, 2020 - 12:00pm
Posted
12 months ago

Metal New Artist Network

Metal

Metal have created Metal New Artist Network, a new pilot programme to support Early Career Artists (those in the first 4 years of their career irrespective of age). The programme features FREE online training and networking opportunities and access to information on regional a...

Cost
-
Start date
Fri 14 Aug, 2020 - 12:00pm
Posted
12 months ago
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