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The Art of Influencing Change

engage/enquire International Conference focusing on how those in the visual arts and education can be best equipped to influence change.

3-5 November 2010, venues across Nottingham.

This year’s engage/enquire International Conference will consider how those working in the visual arts and education can be best equipped to influence change now and in the future.

A lively programme of talks and breakout sessions will take place, and there’ll be plenty of opportunities to catch up with colleagues and see the British Art Show 7.

Speakers include Sam Bower, founder of greenmuseum.org, Paula Marie Hildebrandt, curator of Überlebenskunst, Berlin, and Laura Sillars, Programmes Director at FACT Liverpool.

See www.engage.org/conference for details.


Sam Bower | talks | www
Laura Sillars | talks | www
Jane Trowell | talks | www
Roanne Dods | talks | www
Hannah Rudman | talks | www
Paula Marie Hildebrandt | talks | www
Lisa Edgar | talks | www


Date and Time:

3 November 2010 at 4:30 pm





Broadway, Nottingham Media Centre
14-18 Broad Street

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Fill in the booking form (http://www.engage.org/conference/10/Conf_10_booking_form.doc) and return it to info@engage.org. or call 020 7729 5858

Additional Information:

e-flyer: http://www.engage.org/conference/10/engage_conf_10.pdf
booking form: http://www.engage.org/conference/10/Conf_10_booking_form.doc

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