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Diversifying Outdoor Arts

Tuesday 3 November 2009, 11am - 3.30pm, Toynbee Studios, London, E1 6AB

Emergency Exit Arts has been funded by Arts Council England (London office) to provide opportunities for deaf and disabled artists to consider expanding and exploring their creative practice in the outdoor arts sector.

Deaf and disabled artists are invited to attend this event that will provide artists with the opportunity to find out about work currently being created in the public realm and to assess the potential for developing their own practice within the outdoor arts sector.

Key speakers from a range of outdoor arts organisations, artists and independant producers will talk about their own work and opportunities for artists, followed by opportunities for questions and answers and discussion.

In the afternoon there will be break-out sessions for deaf and disabled artists to network and talk to independant producers, regularly funded organisations and curators about project ideas, barriers to participation, creative practice and the practicalities of creating outdoor work.

If you are interested in attending this event, or getting further details, please contact [email protected] or call 0208 8534809.