Friday 1 NOVEMBER, 10AM-4.45PM
The Garage and Norwich Charitable Trusts Presents
NEW HORIZONS: INTERNATIONAL INSPIRATION
The Garage and Norwich Charitable Trusts present ‘New Horizons: International Inspiration’ – a provocative, proactive and practical event for leaders and doers across the arts sector. The focus of this year’s New Horizons looks at international work, and asks how international work can positively impact our practice, our organisations and our communities.
Our aim is to make the event as practically useful as possible, so that delegates go away more clued up – and more fired up – and with a clear idea of what they will do differently as a result of attending.
Across the day there will be a range of provocations, conversations, and how to sessions, so that, whether you’re a senior manager or a practitioner there’s something of value to you.
Speakers include: Libby Battaglia (Audacious), Maya Sharma (Audience Agency), Steve Ball (The REP), Annabel Carberry (Lost in Translation Circus), Sarah Crompton-Howes (NIE), Hannah Slimmon (Farnham Maltings) Alexandra Cole (UEA), Chris Gribble (National Centre for Writing), Veronica Sekules (Groundwork Gallery) and David Hynes (Norwich Charitable Trusts).
|Main space – Theatre|
|Studio 2||Studio 3|
|10.00||Registration (front desk/foyer)|
|10.15-10.30||Introduction to day|
POSTCARDS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL FUTURE
|11.05-12.10||Conversation 1: Culture clash, culture shock, culture exchange. What are the differences between cultural ‘norms’ and how do these affect working collaboratively on international projects.||How to session: Taking your work international: Top tips for touring internationally||Conversation 2: Digital Connections: What role can digital and new technologies play in reaching and engaging diverse audiences? How can we use new technologies to enhance and create international experiences?|
|12.15-12.55||OPEN SPACE 1||OPEN SPACE 2||OPEN SPACE 3|
|14:00-15:15||Conversation 3: Fulfilling needs and wants– How does international work impact upon our communities and cultural organisations?||How to Session: How to find the right Partners and funders for international projects||Conversation 4: Environmental impacts: Understanding the Carbon Footprint of international work. What action can we take to help protect the natural environment?|
|15:20-16:35||Conversation 5: The World on your doorstep: Change starts at home. Can we create international projects in one Country, engaging diverse communities from around our area?|
|16:35-16.45||Summing up: Feedback from conversations, action pledges, evaluation, Networking|
COST: £25 per delegate, including lunch.
BOOKING: Online / 01603 283382