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Space to think: does every child matter in socially engaged practice?

Space to think seminars provide a forum for the creative, cultural, education and business sectors to meet and discuss a broad range of issues concerning creativity and learning.


Space to think seminars provide a forum for the creative, cultural, education and business sectors to meet and discuss a broad range of issues concerning creativity and learning.

These events are free of charge and present a unique opportunity for different stakeholders to interact.

Guests are invited at 5.30pm for a 6 o'clock start. The panel, chaired by Karl James of The Dialogue Project, lasts for 60 minutes and is followed by a network reception. The evening concludes at 7.30pm.

Five key themes are being explored in the series. Each seminar will be repeated to enable interested audiences from around the country to participate in the discussion.

Following each Space to think seminar a full podcast and blog are available for you to share your comments.


Speaker(s):

Dr Karl James | talks

 

Date and Time:

26 September 2007 at 5:30 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

De La Warr Pavillion
Marina
Bexhill on Sea
TN40 1DP
01424 229 103
http://www.dlwp.com
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Organised by:

Creative Partnerships
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Tickets:

Free

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The seminar is free, however places are limited, if you would like to attend please email: spacetothink@creative-partnerships.com

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