26 September, 10am – 1pm @ The Riverfront, Newport
This year Articulture supported the creation of four new works with communities we saw as under-represented in creatives working outdoors in Wales, specifically those that identify as Disabled or BAME, and those working in the Welsh Language. These new works were created in collaboration with six leading organisations, festivals and arts venues. They are now touring across Wales.
We want to continue to create opportunities for under-represented creative communities, and we’re looking for your input to determine how we do this.
Articulture working in partnership with The Riverfront invite those interested in taking an active role in sharing feedback and ideas to join current collaborators in a working circle.
Together we will reflect on work to date, including existing barriers, before collectively imagining the ‘ultimate’ possibilities, and the nuts and bolts of how they could be best developed, funded and hosted.
Input into the day will be used by Articulture to generate concrete outcomes, creating with others tangible and innovative opportunities for artists and audiences from all backgrounds, to create and enjoy outdoor arts in 2020 and beyond.
Outdoor arts across the eclectic landscapes of Wales offer a wealth of opportunities for celebrating and supporting inclusivity and diversity for both creatives and audiences. This working circle is part of an ongoing conversation that is open to all to take stock and ensure that we can collectively make the most of the great potential that outdoor arts can offer.
To book your free place in the conversation contact email@example.com
This event is the third in Articulture’s Summer Sessions in 2019, discussing topical questions across Wales. It is produced by Articulture and The Riverfront, with support from the Arts Council of Wales. the Big Lottery Fund, and the Welsh Assembly.