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Report on Creative Collaborations 3

Merger or Mayhem?


Creative Collaborations 3 – Merger or Mayhem? was developed jointly by Axis and Public Art South West (PASW), delivered in the Phoenix Art Centre, Exeter on Wednesday, June 14 2000. 89 delegates attended and there were presentations by 4 speakers. Architect John Lyall was chair. The event was structured as follows

1.00pm Registration

1.30pm Opening by John Lyall, Chair

1.40pm Richard Wilson, Sculptor

2.20pm Juliet Bidgood, Architect, muf partner

3.00pm Tea & coffee break

3.30pm Gail Bolland, Arts Co-ordinator for Tonic, the Arts and Environments

Programme for Leeds Teaching Hospitals & Dr. Phil Leather, Deputy Director, Institute of Work, Health & Organisations, University of Nottingham Business School

4.10pm Kate Hainsworth – Chief Executive of AXIS

4.30pm Plenary session

5.00pm Close and thanks

5.05pm Discover Axis –a demonstration of the Axis database, together with

representatives from Axis and South West Arts Board.

This report summarises the main outcomes of the presentations and subsequent debate.

Follow this link to download the Full Report as a Rich Text Format document: 88Kb

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