49 Tontine St
Folkestone CT20 1BN
Our next Diversity Arts Network (DAN) session will be in 3 parts – it is an important session so do please try and attend as your input at this stage would be vital in shaping future strategy around Diversity for the region.
We will be discussing Young people and Diversity and how to involve them in any future diversity developments. The Gulbenkian Theatre will be talking about some of their Youth Projects and we will also have the Quarterhouse talking about their work with young people.
Following this Terry Adams, Diversity Officer from Arts Council South East office will be talking about their Diversity Strategy and we will be able to feedback on this.
Finally there will be a short session on the future of DAN, how members would like it to develop, what role and purpose it could have, and which organisations should be involved in leading on this.
1pm – 1.30: Arrival/ Networking
1.30-2.30pm: Young people and Diversity
3-3.15pm: Coffee/Tea break
3.15-4pm: Arts Council Diversity Strategy
4-4.30pm: Feedback and Q&A
4.30-5pm: Future and role of DAN discussion
5-5.15 – Summing up
A light lunch/sandwiches will be available from 1pm.
Spaces are limited so please book early at here
Further chances to have 1-1 sessions on marketing, funding, and project development from specialist advisors are possible to set-up depending on demand.
Please do email us back on firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in a 1-1 session.
If you want to speak about your work, or looking for suitable partners please do send us further details.
Arts and Cultural organisations can lead the way in diversity as an integral part of what they do, the work they programme and the staff they employ so that arts and culture can belong to everyone.