ACE has launched a public conversation around their next ten years of strategy (2020-2030) and they want to hear your views.
Insight and strategy specialists BritainThinks are running the platform, and are encouraging people to stay involved and contribute to debates across a range of topics e.g. the role arts and culture can play in local communities; about what ‘great art and culture’ means to individuals; and what the future may hold for arts, museums and libraries by 2030.
You can follow the conversation on social media #AnACEfuture
Take part in the open survey: http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/haveyoursay
Register to join the online conversation: https://aceconversation2018.ning.com/main/authorization/signIn?target=https%3A%2F%2Faceconversation2018.ning.com%2F
Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2018
Tickets now on sale!
Check out What’s On - https://nnfestival.org.uk/whats-on/
An opportunity for artists to meet NNF’s new Festival Director
Norfolk & Norwich Festival is hosting an event for local artists to come and meet Daniel Brine on Tuesday 3 April at 6.30pm at Norwich Arts Centre
Tickets are free but must be booked in advance
Event details and the link to book tickets is here - https://nnfestival.org.uk/whats-on/meet-daniel-brine/
CULTURE-BANKING - or - making good use of bad art! – Friday 23 March, The Beehive
After a light hearted introduction by Professor Jack Darcy (https://twitter.com/DarcyComedy) there will be a presentation by Liam Murphy about Culture Banking (20 mins) followed by informal chat/drinks etc.. All welcome. Please RSVP by Weds 21st.
An open, collaborative group for people interested in creativity, peer production, creative commons and the 'sharing economy'. Initially, this group will seek to bring people together from creative, legal, financial and technical backgrounds who have an interest in peer production. The ultimate aim is to create a platform for community collective rights management which all can use to license their creative work - in any media.