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Social Impact Seminar

Many arts and cultural organisations need to show how their work contributes to social outcomes. These may be outcomes required by public service commissioners or outcomes wanted by funders. To do this well, the evidence you collect needs to align with your organisation’s crea...

Cost
-
Start date
Wed 18 Nov, 2015 - 1:51am
Posted
about 4 years ago

Arts and culture in the UK - priorities for funding, partnerships and access

Westminster Media Forum Keynote Seminar

This timely seminar assesses priorities for supporting the arts and cultural sectors across the UK.   The discussion takes place in the context of Arts Council England’s recent pledge to increase investment outside of London by 2018 as recommended by the previous Culture, Med...

Cost
£210 plus VAT; Concessionary rate places for small charities, unfunded individuals are £80 plus VAT
Start date
Thu 8 Oct, 2015 - 11:21am
Posted
about 4 years ago

The Future of Art, Craft and Design in Schools: Next steps for cultural education

Policy-UK Forum

One year on from the introduction of the new art and design curriculum this event will offer an opportunity to examine the impact the curriculum is having on creative and artistic skills, and how art, craft and design teaching can be linked to the opportunities available in th...

Cost
Private sector: £250.00 (+VAT); Schools/Local Government/Academic/Third Sector/Trade Association: £200.00 (+VAT).
Start date
Thu 22 Oct, 2015 - 7:41pm
Posted
about 4 years ago

Training for volunteer managers

Cambridge Volunteer Centre

Up Coming Training: Legal Issues 15th Sept 10am to 1pm – concise and engaging review of the information you need to ensure your organisation meets its legal obligations towards volunteers. Managing Challenging Behaviour 29th Sept 10am to 1pm – for those who want the skills a...

Cost
Varies
Start date
Tue 15 Sep, 2015 - 10:00am
Posted
about 4 years ago

What to do now you have been funded

Designed for smaller voluntary groups this training is aimed at those who have received funding and want to know what comes next. Who is it for? This training is aimed at small groups who have received funding and who would like to learn about the need to plan their use of g...

Cost
Free for CCVS members
Start date
Wed 5 Aug, 2015 - 1:04am
Posted
about 4 years ago

Mentoring the Next Creative Generation

English National Youth Arts Network

Mentoring young creatives (both formally and informally) is vital to our work with young people. Excellent mentoring enhances skills through supportive relationships, encourages space for self-directed learning and helps shape behaviours which in turn encourage growth and deve...

Cost
£130 which includes lunch, refreshments and certification of attendance (ENYAN discounted rate £117)
Start date
Fri 23 Oct, 2015 - 12:13am
Posted
about 4 years ago

Starting out as a freelancer

English National Youth Arts Network

An all-round introduction to becoming a successful freelance practitioner working with young people in the arts and cultural sectors. You have the passion and the ability, and now is the time to take that leap. This course is designed to make sure you have the know-how to deve...

Cost
Places on this course cost £130 which includes certification, lunch and refreshments (ENYAN discounted rate £117)
Start date
Fri 27 Nov, 2015 - 12:06am
Posted
about 4 years ago

Re:Print - Symposium and Exhibition

ARU

A one day symposium on Thursday 9 July will mark the opening of the exhibition RE: Print /RE:Present at the Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, co-curated by Dr Véronique Chance (MA Fine Art and MA Printmaking Course Leader) and Mark Graver (Dire...

Cost
£20 standard; £10 concessions & ARU Alumni. Free to current Anglia Ruskin students, but bookings still required
Start date
Thu 9 Jul, 2015 - 10:00am
Posted
about 4 years ago

Cultural education - take-up, diversity and developing skills for industry

Westminster Education Forum

This seminar will bring together policymakers and key stakeholders to discuss priorities for cultural education in England’s schools, and its place in the curriculum.  It will draw on issues identified in the influential Warwick Commission’s report Enriching Britain: Culture, ...

Cost
Please contact organisation for details
Start date
Tue 8 Dec, 2015 - 12:00am
Posted
about 4 years ago

Diversity Forum: Access for All

Cambridge City Council

The next Diversity Forum meeting is on Monday 22rd of June and we will be talking about accessibility issues – with some reference to Cambridge . Three speakers will give their views on what accessibility is and what some of the challenges are – this includes a briefing on th...

Cost
Free
Start date
Mon 22 Jun, 2015 - 1:30pm
Posted
over 4 years ago
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