I’m not sitting at the front

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A lively presentation of artist projects and discussions on the subject of participatory visual arts practice.

Saturday 6th April 2013, 12pm – 6pm
14 – 16 Royal Arcade, St Mary Street, Cardiff CF10 1AE.

The afternoon will be an opportunity to listen to and get involved in conversation and debate about key questions surrounding the commissioning and creation of participatory art projects. There will also be a chance to find out more about the projects and interventions by the artists Ania Bas, Freya Dooley, Tiff Oben and B.R.G. Collective who were commissioned by Elbow Room as part of Intercourse 2013.

Speakers & Contributors:
Dr. Sophie Hope, artist, curator & writer.
Dr. Paul Hurley, performance artist and creative producer.
Gill Nicol, independent arts consultant.
Aldo Rinaldi, Bristol City Council Senior Public Art Officer and curator.

With artists Ania Bas, Freya Dooley, Tiff Oben and B.R.G. Collective.

A light lunch and refreshments are provided.

Cost: £3.00. Please note that spaces are limited so early booking is advisable. Your place will be confirmed once payment is received. Please let us know if you have any access or dietary requirements.

To pay please follow this link

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Image courtesy Rosie Benn-Squire, produced as part of documentation of Ania Bas’ Reading group on participation project for Intercourse 2013.

This event is generously supported by Arts Council Wales, Welsh Government, The National Lottery, GwirVol, g39, Ffotogallery, Morgan Quarter and Ashdown Phillips.

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