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Mutual Support: cultivating an ethos of mutual respect (2022 CAN Conference Sessions)

Arts & Minds, Cambridge Curiosity & Imagination, CUH Arts, Cambridge Community Arts, UCM

How can arts organisations cultivate an ethos of mutual respect and support amongst colleagues working in the sector? As more cultural organisations engage in work to promote health and wellbeing in our communities, what action can we take to support the wellbeing of the pract...

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Wed 23 Mar, 2022 - 2:45pm
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9 months ago

The Afternoon Provocation (2022 CAN Conference Sessions)

Together Culture, Beispiel Ltd

If we want to transition space into places where people are free to build a more inclusive and regenerative Cambridge for all, we’ll need to find ways to collaborate to people and organisations with ownership of and access to land & space to work with us. In this session, ...

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Start date
Wed 23 Mar, 2022 - 1:30pm
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9 months ago

Is the Future Inclusive? (2022 CAN Conference Sessions)

Cambridge School of Art

How can we determine if the future will be inclusive for all? What if we could examine the necessary impact of inclusive design and co-design approaches on diverse backgrounds and the planet? What does inclusivity look like now and what will it look like in the future? Can des...

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Start date
Wed 23 Mar, 2022 - 11:30am
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9 months ago

Who are we choosing to exclude? (2022 CAN Conference Sessions)

University of Cambridge

Whilst digital delivery was driven by necessity, online formats meant content was available to many, whatever their situation or location. Feedback showed our communities locally and globally were appreciative of the accessibility this enabled. But of course, digital wasn’t ac...

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Start date
Wed 23 Mar, 2022 - 11:30am
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9 months ago

PhotoCovidZambia – A Zambian visual response to COVID-19 (2022 CAN Conference Sessions)

Cambridge School of Art

Kerstin Hacker together with the Zambian photographers Patrick Chilaisha, Chisaka Chulu, Yande Yombwe will discuss the project PhotoCovidZambia, which explores the affective responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in Zambia through photography. The project questions historic repres...

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Start date
Wed 23 Mar, 2022 - 11:30am
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9 months ago

Would you like a slice of EDI with that? (2022 CAN Conference Sessions)

Arts Marketing Association

As we head into spring 2022 there is a scramble to return to ‘normal’ and a push back on the everyday essential effort it takes to keep everyone on an equality and equity journey. How do we plan for skeptical and disappearing audiences; the number of cultural activities that w...

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Start date
Wed 23 Mar, 2022 - 11:30am
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9 months ago

Mapping Power (2022 CAN Conference Sessions)

Beispiel

Regeneration often means redistributing space and often it feels like it is to the detriment of existing residents and the creative community. Regeneration is also planned many years prior to the public noticing. So, when it’s ‘here’, it’s too late. The session ‘Mapping Power’...

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Start date
Wed 23 Mar, 2022 - 10:00am
Posted
9 months ago

Social Infrastructure – the places that bring us together (2022 CAN Conference Sessions)

The Bennett Institute for Public Policy

Last year saw the publication of a report by Cambridge researchers at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy on the value of social infrastructure. They argued that investing in social infrastructure – the physical spaces and community facilities which bring people together t...

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Start date
Wed 23 Mar, 2022 - 10:00am
Posted
9 months ago
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