Networks Unite! Learn How to Build Stronger Networks with Creative Arts East

Thursday 20 February 2020

We know that we’re stronger together. Partnerships play a crucial role in the development of the Hub, our organisations and film audiences.

Thanks to support from the Arts Council of Wales Sharing Together Fund, we’re teaming up with Creative Arts East for a special training event, exploring how to build stronger regional networks and partnerships across Wales.

Did you know that there are four existing sub-hub networks that could help your organisation to develop audiences? If you’re already part of Vale VenuesOff y Grid, Welsh Youth Festival Network or the Queer Film Network and want more tips for success, or you’re interesting in finding out more, this event is ideal for you.

About Creative Arts East

Creative Arts East is an arts and community development charity, which focuses on engaging those communities, or their members, who face geographical, physical or other barriers to participating in the cultural life of their area. They do this by facilitating and leading high quality, stimulating arts, cinema and cultural activities in rural and disadvantaged communities across Norfolk, Suffolk and the wider eastern region.

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  • Date: Thursday February 20th, 2020,
  • Time: 10.30am – 3.30pm (registration from 10am)
  • Where: Tŷ Pawb, Market St, Wrexham LL13 8BB

Cost:
This event is free of charge to attend. Lunch will be provided. Please consider that we may still incur catering costs if you cancel your attendance.

Who can attend?
This session is open to all Hub members to attend. Spaces are limited, early booking advised.

  1. Vale Venues: Nine venues, arts centres and community cinemas, led by Memo Arts Barry, working together to bring the best films to rural and isolated audiences across the Vale of Glamorgan,
  2. Off y Grid: Eight cinemas in North Wales, working together to promote film at affordable prices, support Welsh talent and language, provide for young people aged 16-30 and rural, disengaged groups,
  3. Welsh Youth Festival Network: A new Welsh film festival network initiative, developed by FHW Wicked Wales in Rhyl and key Welsh festivals, working to increase available for and made by young audiences,
  4. Queer Film Network: A not-for-profit, community-led organisation made up of over 20 LGBTQIA+ film programmers UK wide, sharing best practice and promotion of queer film.
  • This event is eligible for bursary support. FHW can cover travel accommodation costs for members to attend. Fill in a form here.
  • If you are not yet a member of FHW, you can join for free here.
  • Find out more how Film Hub Wales supports the Welsh exhibition sector and opens up a world of film for audiences in Wales here.
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