CAS in Conversation

Chapel Arts Studios

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Saturday 08 June 2019
2pm
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CAS in conversation invites the movers and shakers of art in the South West for an intimate group discussion on what they do, how they got there and what they can teach us about ways to successfully navigate the arts in our region and beyond. Join Kim Wide, director of Plymouth based socially engaged arts organisation, Take a Part and Paula Orell, network manager of VASW, as they share their journey, what excites them about the future and what as artists we should be keeping an eye on in the SouthWest. We will get the opportunity to hear, warts and all, the realities of building new ventures, collaborations and opportunities and more about the ever growing landscape for artists in our region.

Come and join us for some great discussion, refreshments and networking together.

 

Location and getting here

CAS is located within Andover Cemetery in a 19th century Chapel. We are closed to the public most days, but sometimes open for special events. We are a 15min walk from Andover Train Station. DO NOT use our postcode, when coming by car as it will get you lost. http://www.chapelartsstudios.co.uk/contact/

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