CVAN Regional Strategy Consultation
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The contemporary visual arts sector is facing a number of key challenges and now, more than ever, we need to work together to build a vibrant future for the sector. The Contemporary Visual Arts Network (CVAN) is working with our regional networks (including VASW) for greater cohesion and a more strategic engagement with these challenges. CVAN want to make sure their national strategic plan is as responsive and effective as possible and so they are currently consulting the regional networks.
There are a lot of consultations out there at the moment, and CVAN don’t want this to be a chore, so they are asking people just to sketch their answers to three open questions:
We will also be asking for ideas, concerns, and inspirations from everyone in and around our CVAN regional networks via a hashtag #CVANFutureSW and at events around the country. Please also add #VASW.
We don’t want this to be a chore so we’re asking people at CVAN events just to sketch their answers to three open questions:
1. What is the most exceptional value the visual arts can offer society?
2. If you could change or do one thing to improve support for artists, what would that be?
3. What's the biggest challenge? In terms of support for artists, what isn't working?
CVAN will compile these inspirations from across the regions into their national strategic planning which will be published shortly after Easter 2018.They will be blogging regularly about their progress in developing the strategy and inviting commentary. Help them to hear from and meet as many of the people who make up CVAN's networks as possible.
20 Jun 2017
Arts and culture downgraded in ministerial restructure at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport
23 Jun 2017
The results of the 2017 teaching excellence framework (TEF) have been released, with more than 130 UK universities and other higher education institutions being awarded gold, silver or bronze ratings for the quality of their teaching.
27 Jun 2017
Arts Council England have announced their National Portfolio Organisations funding decision, including 103 South West organisations
12 Feb 2018
In March 2018 Arts Council England will be hosting a series of briefing events across England to support museums and galleries to understand and benefit from the Museum and Gallery Exhibitions Tax Relief.
19 Feb 2018
Visual Arts South West is delighted to welcome three new members to its steering group: Zoe Li, Emily Bull and Lara Goodband.
Why the arts make us more employable, and why the creative industries are our international economic life-raft
05 Mar 2018
The Cultural Learning Alliance and The Edge Foundation have released Briefing Paper No. 2: Employability & Enterprise: Why the arts make us more employable, and why the creative industries are our international economic life-raft.
20 Mar 2018
It is announced that Helen Legg, current Director of Spike Island, has been appointed the new Director of Tate Liverpool.
06 Apr 2018
Bristol-based Action Hero – the collaboration of live art and performance makers Gemma Paintin and James Stenhouse – have this week become an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) and announced their ethical working policy.
09 Apr 2018
CVAN want to make sure their national strategic plan is as responsive and effective as possible and so they are currently consulting the regional networks.
29 May 2018
After four decades of evolving visual arts provision in Exeter, Spacex board and staff have taken the difficult decision to close the organisation.
01 Jun 2018
Visual Arts South West is pleased to announce the appointment of two co-Chairs to its Steering Group, succeeding the outgoing Chair, Helen Legg, Director, Spike Island, who is taking up the role of Director at Tate Liverpool.