why we do what we do

a series of peer-to-peer conversations exploring the purpose of arts organisations in the South East

In response to COVID-19 and the impact it’s having on the world, the South East venue network is holding small-group, peer-to-peer conversations to explore the role of arts and culture and the purpose of arts organisations today.

The conversations are specifically for venues in the South East network who are interested in challenging existing models and re-evaluating the purpose of culture today.

Each session will be hosted by a guest from the house venue network.

Groups will be between 4-10 people and attendance is on a first-come-first-served basis. There is a waiting list.

This conversation will be led by Anthony Roberts from Colchester Arts Centre:

What have we learnt from COVID-19?

Wednesday 29 July 11am-12.30pm

Join us to explore what the arts and culture sector has learnt from COVID-19, and what we can do differently from now on.

SIGN UP HERE (limited availability)

 

For more information, or if you’re interested in hosting a conversation, please get in touch with Steph at steph@housetheatre.org.uk.

 

Past events:

Healing and Joy: The Role of Performing Arts in Social Cohesion and Overcoming Trauma – Thursday 02 July 11am-12.30pm – hosted by Alex Levene from The Place in Bedford

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