A workshop and free guided tour of the Souzou collection
This year's annual lecture as part of London Creativity and Wellbeing Week.
A Forum on Lewisham Council's commissioning framework that will facilitate the delivery of this commissioned provision from 2014.
Showcasing the creative and dynamic talent of the next generation of community music practitioners.
A series of free performances and conversations to mark creativity and well being week.
The second annual London Creativity and Wellbeing Week will take place from 17 - 22 June 2013.
What is the place of art in acts of social re-imagination and repair? Is it possible to break new ground within the realm of engaged artistic practices? What languages can be found to articulate such practices?
This symposium explores the social, cultural and political challenges around measuring public engagement in relation to evidencing impact, and the implications of this for those working in Higher Education and Museum/Gallery sectors.
Do Participatory Artists Benefit from Accreditation?
Accreditation: an integral element to the whole learning process or a prescriptive and exclusive mode of learning
A New Direction is pleased to invite London schools to our next Schools Forum – a chance for schools to come together for an afternoon exploring and sharing best practice in delivering arts and cultural activity.
A conference on 15 May 2013 exploring the assumptions, expectations and realities of being an artist today.
This conference is an opportunity for trainees, tutors and mentors to hear about specialist areas from expert tutors and for everyone to update their knowledge and skills in an exciting range of areas
Following the success of our inaugural conference on Creativity and Business in 2012, The Culture Capital Exchange is delighted to announce ‘Research, Creativity and Business 2: Making the Extraordinary’ in partnership with Cass Business School and supported by Creativeworks London.
What Next? is a growing alliance of arts and cultural organisations which aims to find new ways of engaging with the public.
A one day dance conference
Cr8net is a one-day conference for the creative industries, bringing together industry practitioners, policy makers and businesses.
Our popular course for 2013 is now open for booking. Programmed by LEAN for people who want to develop creative courses for adults, as part of our Branch Out programme.
Forum and discussion including lessons learned form the Water Tower project.
An informal, supportive and facilitated peer critique group for artists
Paul Hamlyn Foundation ArtWorks Conference in partnership with the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Creative & Cultural Skills (CCS)