IMAGINE, CREATE AND CRITIQUE programme this week. 27-30 March 2019
The Cafe Conversation at The Foundry Cafe this Thursday is ART IN TROUBLE, discussing the Shankill area’s story and community arts activity, past, present & future. Social troubles, creative initiatives, community ambitions. What has been done in the decades gone, what will we see tomorrow and 20 years on? Panel of Jackie Redpath, Jo Egan, Tom Magill and Kim Jackson, Chaired by David Boyd. Both the Cafe Conversation and the Prison Arts Exhibition at The Foundry are part of a Trans Europe Halles Arts Education Seminar programme organised by Beat Carnival in Belfast. 25 participants from 14 cultural centres in 11 different countries will be here for the whole programme, along with around the same number of local Belfast practitioners at the main sessions. Workshops from 27th to 30th are at Beat Carnival Centre and Spectrum Centre.
*ART IN TROUBLE* Cafe Conversation and the main *IMAGINE, CREATE AND CRITIQUE* Seminar sessions plus special *NEVER ENDING BREXIT SING-SONG* music event (Joby Fox is Seminar Musician In Residence) on 29th at Oh Yeah should all be booked at imaginebelfast.com website.
*Youth Arts ACTION* workshop on Wednesday should be booked directly with Beat Carnival > firstname.lastname@example.org
Book a place (free) for the ART IN TROUBLE discussion at imaginebelfast.com/events/art-in-trouble