Participatory Arts London Meeting: Local, National, International

Date: 
Fri, 14/06/2019 - 10:30 - 13:30

The theme for the session is Local, National, International. 

Date and time: 14 June 2019, 10.30-13.30
Location: Chickenshed Theatre, 290 Chase Side, N14 4PE

PAL is a network of people that design, produce and facilitate participatory arts in London. The regular meetings are held to reflect on practice and pursue peer-to-peer learning. The next meeting will take place on Friday 14th June 2019, 10.30am – 1.30pm at Chickenshed with the theme of Local, National, International. Topics for discussion include: collaboration across borders; funding opportunities and challenges; and how to translate existing projects to meet the needs of audiences in differing localities and regions.

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Agenda

10.30  Arrival/tea & coffees

10.40  Welcome 

10.45  Project 1: National

Dave Carey, Senior Creative Producer, Music at Chickenshed,will introduce Survivors, a long-term outreach project working with victims of domestic abuse throughout Wales.

11.05  Project 2: International

Kirsty Collander-Brown, Youth Programme Manager at The Albany, will introduce ID:Babylon, a theatre project exploring the experiences of teenagers across Europe. A group of young people in each of the partner countries will make and perform an artistic work which will tour in its ‘home’ country and to one other partner country.

11.25  Project 3: Local 

Natalie Clarke, Young Theatre Makers Coordinator at London Bubble, will present on Creating Justice. This is a new project that brings together three London Bubble Theatre creative programmes that support children and young people who are at risk of being involved in, or currently have experience of the criminal justice system. 

11.45  Break

11.55  Panel discussion

12.30  News from members

12.45  A.O.B. and networking

Any questions or suggestions for discussion points welcome, get in touch with alison@leanarts.org.uk

Directions to Chickenshed Theatre

The theatre is located approximately 10 minutes walk from Cockfosters Underground Station and 12 minutes from Oakwood Underground Station. Both stations are on the Piccadilly line. Routes 298, 299, 307 and N91 stop outside the theatre.

You can find full directions to the theatre here.

Contact: 
Alison Wood
Contact email: 
alison@leanarts.org.uk