SPACE invites you to a one-day event for artists, practitioners and producers working in community engagement.
Bringing together a national and international panel, we will be looking at audience development and participation in the context of care. Chaired by Dr Sophie Hope, Birkbeck University of London. Speakers include:
- Jemma Desai, Writer, Researcher and Head of Programming, Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
- Igor Grubic, Artist
- Nephertiti Schandorf, Artistic Director, Peckham Platform
- Katharine Stout, Director, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea
- Louise Yates, Director, Back to Ours (Creative People and Places), Hull
This workshop is presented by SPACE as part of our Creative Europe funded project Who Cares? which is made up of five organisations dedicated to artistic production from different latitudes in Europe: Idensitat (Barcelona, Spain), SPACE (London, United Kingdom), Rupert (Vilnius, Lithuania), Grey Area (Korčula, Croatia) and Centro Huarte (Navarre, Spain).
£5 for freelance and independent artists
£15 + booking fee for organisation representatives
Drinks and refreshments included.
If you cannot attend in person, the event will be filmed and disseminated, questions for the panel can be emailed in advance to email@example.com
Post event drinks will be held in the gallery.
If you have any questions, please contact Premlata Mistry, Head of Community Engagement Programmes at SPACE on firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule for the day
10.30am Welcome / registration
11am – 1pm Panel presentations
2 – 3.30pm Afternoon workshop, questions and reflections
3.30 – 5pm Drinks reception and opening of Mammoth loop
Jemma Desai, Writer, Researcher and Head of Programming at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
Igor Grubic, artist
Nephertiti Schandorf, Artistic Director Peckham Platform
Katharine Stout, Director Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea
Louise Yates, Director, Back to Ours (Creative People and Places), Hull
About the chair
Dr Sophie Hope, Birkbeck University of London
With the support of the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. In association with Idensitat, Rupert, Grey Area and Centro Huarte.