Desired Futures: Developing Creative Landscapes Symposium At Mima

Desired Futures: Developing Creative Landscapes Symposium At Mima
Archive Shelf Location Disc 828
Publication Date 15 Sep 2011
Description Discussion to create productive new potentials for art practices in Teesside and the North East. 15 September 2011, 6.00–7.00pm. FREE, booking required. This symposium was for creative practitioners, researchers, educators or just those interested in changing and developing the cultural landscape in and across the region. Chair Kate Brindley Speakers Richard Forster - Artist Jill Morgan - Assistant Dean, School of Arts and Media, Teesside University Annie O'Donnell - Platform A artist and PhD researcher, Newcastle University The Desired Futures Symposium was financially supported by Turning Point North East as part of their Critical Dialogue Programme for the Visual Arts and is a partnership between Platform A, Mima and University of Teesside. The visual arts sector in the North East are keen to support and encourage greater Critical Dialogue around Contemporary Art and artists and this is the first of such an event in Teesside of which we hope there will be more. For more information on Turning Point North East go to:
Quantity 1
Authors Kate Brindley, Jill Morgan
Formats DVD, MPEG 4
Publisher BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
Related Artists Annie O'Donnell, Richard Forster
Month September 2011
Related Gallery Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA)

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