5th November, The National Museum of Wales

“The perspectives to understand the complex problem of persistent inequality in arts participation requires both critical debate and the inclusion of multiple viewpoints” ~ Professor Gabrielle Ivinson

Join us in a new network where arts employees will come together with academics and practitioners from the fields of community and youth work to critically debate issues such as participation, democracy, enterprise, trust, street work and festivals. The network is meeting through a series of workshops looking at different aspects of arts participation. This event will explore Time and Trust, and we hope to co-produce a stimulating and creative ‘anti-conference’ style event with you.

A BarCamp is a conference format where by the programme and content is co-produced on the day. All attendees arrive ready to share, present or perform something relevent to the theme, and time slots are allocated at the beginning of the day. We warmly invite you to bring your expertise, experiences, innovations and challenges on the theme of ‘time and trust’ to St Fagan’s for the day.

Lunch will be provided, and spaces are limited to 50 so please only book if you are sure you can attend.

Workshop hosts

Jên Angharad

Independent Welsh bilingual choreographer, workshop facilitator and movement director
An independent Welsh bilingual choreographer, workshop facilitator and movement director in education, community, theatre and television. She has years of experience working with marginalised children, young people and adults in the ex-mining communities of south Wales.

Dr Ellie Byrne

Research Associate, Cardiff University
Research interests in creative methods, health inequalities, political engagement, wellbeing and policy.
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