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Diversity Arts Network meeting

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The Woodville

15A Wrotham Road

Gravesend

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Diversity Arts Network meeting

March 16th, The Woodville, Wrotham Road, DA11 0PA
1pm - 5.30pm

‘Diversity is the backbone of a thriving society'

After our successful events at the Marlowe Theatre in June and Turner Contemporary in October we shall be hosting our 3rd session at
The Woodville on March 16th : 1pm - 5.30pm.

Due to the interesting and varied discussions in the last session there are many organisations that have expressed an interest in talking about their work around Diversity and to network with others. This session will be themed around community engagement and the Arts. We are pleased to have Jonathan Kennedy from Tara Arts, and Titilola Dawudu from the Oval House in London talking about their work in this area. There will be local groups talking about their work, and if there are any arts projects involving the local community we invite you to share your experiences. NPOs and larger organisations are also invited to share their knowledge and experience so that other groups and artists can learn from this.
We are also pleased to confirm a specific talk on GDPR by The Audience Agency which is an essential part of fund-raising and marketing. Anyone who has a mailing list - however small or big needs to become aware of these new regulations. This session is a partnership project with the Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Programme and has been funded through their Networks Fund.

We will also be setting up a Cultural Heritage Forum for individuals and groups that are specifically working on heritage projects in the South-East funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and would like to share their knowledge and experience as well as make links with other heritage projects. Please email us if you are interested in attending these sessions.

Further chances to have 1-1 sessions on marketing, funding, and project development from specialist advisors will also be set up depending on demand.
Please do email us back on events@equatorfestival.com if you are interested in a 1-1 session.

We are also inviting artists to talk about their work.

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.
Organisations and individuals can book one place each as we have a limited capacity of 30. We would like to thank Mandy Hare at The Woodville for hosting this event with us. There will be light refreshments available for attendees.

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Also from our friends at the Marlowe Theatre an opportunity to see
Raghu Dixit on Friday March 9th, 8pm.

Also celebrate Holi with colour and food
Holi - the Indian festival of Colour
Sat March 3rd in Ashford from 1-4pm.
Email us if you want tickets or further details. Tickets are selling fast.

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