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Let’s Argue For The Arts: Creating A Manifesto For The Arts Within Learning

Programme update for our event. Join us to creatively contribute, debate, meet with other practitioners and professionals and have fun!

Posted: 10/03/2022

Join us for a fun and thought provoking evening on 30 January at Trinity Laban, Creekside

The evening will include:

  • ‘Diary Room’ to record your questions and comments for Michael Gove
  • Colour your own Michael Gove mask by Cartoonist for the Guardian, Martin Rowson
  • Listen and contribute to Provocations and Debate, with Henry Ward*, Head of Education at Southbank Centre, Jane Hendrie Manager of LEAN, Veronica Jobbins, Head of Learning and Participation, Trinity Laban (Dance) and others
  • Contribute your statements to the manifesto in a creative workshop
  • Opportunities for informal and formal networking
  • Free refreshments

About our guest contributors:

*Henry Ward is currently the Head of Education at Southbank Centre, and Former Deputy Head Teacher, Director of Art at Welling School. Whilst at Welling School, he put art at the Centre of the curriculum, helping establish a gallery, the Alturnertive Prize and took on science lessons which were taught through the arts.

Cartoons are drawn by Martin Rowson, Political Cartoonist for the broadsheets, including the Guardian

It is a free event and will be held in Trinity Laban, Creekside on Thursday 30 January 4.30 – 7.30pm 

More information:

To book:

"Just to say a huge thanks ... I am looking forward to progressing with this project thanks to your support, advice and guidance"

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