Festival Economies: Sustaining Creative Communities of Practice

Venue: Peston Lecture Theatre, Graduate Centre, Queen Mary University London (QMUL)
Date: 28-03-2020
Time: 09:45

How can the creative practice involved in festivals be better sustained? Network is delighted to bring together a range of dynamic voices from across festival sectors to address this question and others arising from a broad interest in the creative and economic ecosystems that produce the creative economies of festivals. The conference starting point is […]

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Mapping Service Ecosystems for Creative Workspaces

Venue: QMUL
Date: 21-01-2020
Time: 12:30

A collaborative lunchtime workshop exploring key roles and services within creative workspaces led by Network Senior Research Fellow, Davi Nakano, on the occasion of his visit from Brazil. Places are free but limited. Please follow the link to Eventbrite to book a place. The workshop aims to identify existing services and explore potential actors that […]

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Art spaces and creative clusters in Singapore

Venue: City, University of London Northampton Square Room A130, College Building
Date: 04-06-2019
Time: 17:00

Dr. Tarek Virani will be joining with Dr. Su Fern Hoe (Singapore Management University) and Dr. Jenny Mbaye (City, University of London) for a discussion session on creative clusters/hubs. The session will shed light on the emergence of creative placemaking as an urban cultural policy and the ensuing implications for local arts practice. Please do […]

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Love vs. Trauma. The Frontiers of Healing Childhood Trauma. A Symposium.

This might be of interest to you who joined us on creative intervention on health care in March. Love vs Trauma, a day-long symposium of talks and performances by world-class neuroscientists, psychiatrists, psychologists, public health professionals, therapists, creative artists and brave storytellers, all shining a light on childhood trauma. Book you seats here at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/love-vs-trauma-the-frontiers-of-healing-childhood-trauma-a-symposium-tickets-59754586577

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