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Self Organised: How to make events happen
Thu 27 April 2017, 16:00 – 19:00 BST
Visual Arts Plymouth are pleased to announce their next workshop, hosted by Plymouth Art Weekender Coordinators Field Notes. This workshop is for artists and organisers who want to self-organise projects or events taking place during Plymouth Art Weekender (PAW) 2017.
The Self-Organised workshop will be an opportunity to hear from (and pick the brains of) artists with a wealth of experience including those who have run successful projects at past Weekenders. As well as to meet and share ideas with other people thinking about organising projects for PAW 2017.
16.00 – 16.20 Project profile: share information about yourself & your project plans
Sign up for a troubleshooting session (limited places) & select your breakout session
16.25 – 17.05 Keynote presentation
17.05 – 17.45 Short presentations from artists/groups that ran projects at PAW 2016
17.45 – 17.55 Refreshments
17.55 – 18.25 Break out discussions focussing on different aspects of self-organising
18.30 – 19.00 Discuss & troubleshoot your PAW plans with a VAP/PAW expert
See who else is out there/skills swap and share
Bookable one-to-one slots (small groups welcomed!) will be available for an initial discussion of your plans with a PAW Coordinator or VAP Activators. Please register your interest when you book on Eventbrite and we’ll try our best to fit in enough short slots to accommodate everyone!
With diversity and inclusiveness among its core values, VAP is committed to making its public activities accessible to all, including people with disabilities and other access needs. This workshop has step free access, if you have other needs/concerns, please let us know ASAP and will do our best to adapt - email@example.com
As there are only limited places for this workshop it is essential that if you are no longer able to attend you cancel your ticket. Please try to give a minimum of 24 hours notice so we are able to re-offer the place. VAP maintains a record of anyone that fails to cancel their place in advance.
This workshop is funded through the city wide Horizon project, a collaborative programme developed between Visual Arts Plymouth, KARST, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth College of Art, Plymouth City Council, University of Plymouth and supported by the Art Council England’s ‘Ambition for Excellence’ funding programme and Plymouth Culture
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Ocean Studios is a 20 minute walk from Plymouth City Centre, the number 34 bus travels from the City Centre and stops at the Royal William Yard Roundabout. There is also plenty of pay and display parking in the yard.
What shall I bring into the event?
Please bring your ideas about an event or project you would like to organise during the next Weekender, there's no need to bring written information at this stage. A pen and paper to make notes would be useful!
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
What happens if all the places are booked up/I can't attend?
We will operate a waiting list and offer any cancelled places on a first come first served basis. If you can't attend the workshop, but have plans for the next Weekender and would like advice please contact Cat & Rosie firstname.lastname@example.org or submit through the Call for Ideas: http://plymouthartweekender.com/call-for-ideas-2017/
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
If you can't attend please cancel your ticket so that we can make it available to our waiting list on a first come first served basis.