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Thursday
Mar172011

Turning Point Yorkshire and Humber Strategy Debate

Invitation: Turning Point Yorkshire and Humber Event
Engage / Participate / Debate

When: 14 April 2011, 2 - 6pm                                      
Where: Dyson Chambers, 12-14 Briggate, Leeds  LS1 6ND            

Turning Point Yorkshire & Humber aims to provide a new and dynamic voice for the visual arts across the region.  Following the successful launch of A Voice for the Visual Arts Strategy 2011-4 online, the Turning Point Yorkshire and Humber Steering Group would like to invite you to join them and Keynote Speaker, John Holden, Associate at the independent think-tank Demos, to explore and debate the vision set out for the visual arts sector in our region in relationship to national and international context.

Who: This event is for anyone who is involved or has an interest in the visual arts in the region and beyond.  Join us and make sure your voice is heard and actions are taken!  Further information to follow . . .

REGISTER TODAY    
Email: Info@tpyh.org.uk or Tel 01924 215550

Please note that this event is free of charge - we are anticipating significant interest and may have to allocate places on a first come first served basis.

Background:

Download the strategy: www.tpyh.org.uk/strategy

www.demos.co.uk/people/johnholden

 

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