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Entries in Yorkshire Expedition (2)


A Yorkshire Expedition

All the video from Turning Point Yorkshire and Humber's two day 'Yorkshire Expedition' has now been uploaded to the events archive.

The following video provides an overview:

This event took place at the end of summer 2009, and is part of the Interchange 2 programme, managed by BEAM and which aims to enable discussion and collaboration with key organisations and agencies from outside of the usual visual arts constituency.

Spread over two days, the programme included discussions and presentations covering six themes:
  • The Yorkshire Context, Art & Artists
  • Rural Environment, Culture & Tourism
  • Creative Innovation, Renaissance & Economy
  • Architecture & Science
  • Culture-led Regeneration & Health
  • Future Aspirations 
For the full range of videos from the event please visit the event page now.

A first glimpse of the Yorkshire Expedition

We are still creating pages for the various Turning Point Yorkshire & Humber programmes but thought we'd post this short video of the recent Yorkshire Expedition to get you in the mood.

The Yorkshire Expedition was the first in a series of events being delivered as part of the Interchange 2 programme. Interchange 2 aims to bring people working in the visual arts in Yorkshire & Humber together with people working in other fields (Local Government, Planning, Regeneration etc.) to discuss synergies and opportunities for future partnership.

Massive thanks to Julian Dobson for posting this on his blog, and to artists Steve Pool and Paul Digby for putting it together!