State of Play: Arts and Learning Conference
Date: 01/06/12 | Author: Peter Davison
Big ideas about arts education and the future of learning are to be discussed in East Sussex later this month
Tuesday 19 June, 10.30am - 4.30pm
The Old Market, Hove
State of Play promises a day of lively dialogue, activity and insight into the current thinking around arts and learning. It mixes big ideas with policy updates and the opportunity to work with colleagues across arts and education to understand the challenges and explore opportunities.
Big ideas about education come from Bill Lucas, Director of the Centre for Real World Learning and the Expansive Education network, whilst Jane Bryant, CEO of Artswork, the new Arts Council funded Bridge Organisation for the south east and Peter Chivers, Director of Music and Arts Study Support at Brighton & Hove City Council present an overview of new direction for the arts.
Afternoon workshops take their cue from a series of challenges for the arts presented by colleagues working across early years, youth sector, primary and secondary education, careers and progression, Arts Award and Artsmark.
The delegate fee of £55 includes refreshments and a buffet lunch. For further information and booking see the New Writing South website or telephone 01273 735353
State of Play is delivered by Culture Shift in partnership with New Writing South. Culture Shift is a new Community Interest Company designed to build on the learning from Creative Partnerships in Sussex and Surrey.
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