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Friday
Feb182011

Arts in 21st Century Learning

Creating the Future / Regional Conference
Thursday 10th March 2011 9.30am – 4.30pm
Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AD

The arts have the power to enrich lives and unlock human potential but, against the background of a challenging economic climate, how can we ensure children and young people continue to access the highest quality arts provision wherever they live and learn? inspirational speakers and workshops that celebrate successes and look to build upon the achievements of the arts in learning over recent years.

• networking opportunities with colleagues from education, youth and community and the arts and cultural sectors.

• practical ideas for creative collaboration, resource building and problem solving for future working.

• best practice and case studies from regional and national programmes

• vibrant performances and work by young people.

• The Store: a market place of over 50 arts organisations and individual artists showcasing some of the best arts provision in the region.

Keynote Speaker – Ian McMillan

Find out more visit www.artformsleeds.co.uk

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