Places on this event will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and only one place per organisation can be booked.
Arts Council England – Strategic touring programme briefing events
Date: Friday 10 February 2012
Venue: The Guildhall, Small Hall, Market Square, Cambridge CB2 3QJ
About the Strategic touring programme briefing sessions:
The Arts Council’s Strategic touring programme was launched on 5 December 2011. The first deadline for this programme is 2 March with a further five deadlines throughout 2012.
Applicants with a recent track record in delivering touring work who have a clear sense of how their work delivers against the scheme are welcome to apply to any of these deadlines, after a conversation with their Touring Relationship Manager. If you are unsure who your Touring Relationship Manager is, please contact our Enquiries team on 0845 300 6200 or at email@example.com.
About these events
Attending a briefing event is proposed for those applicants looking to apply.
The briefing event will aim to:
- outline the new programme and its aims, which have been drawn from our national approach to touring
- provide an opportunity to hear about the programme first hand
- provide the opportunity to network with potential partners within the region and to discuss any ideas you might have regarding working with other organisations nationally
Who are these events for
The events are open to people working in a wide range of roles both within and outside Arts Council England’s National portfolio organisations including: Artists, Producers, Promoters, Festivals, Museums, Libraries and Local Authorities.
Event programme to include:
- presentation about our strategic approach to touring
- introduction to the strategic touring programme
- Q&A on the strategic touring programme
Friday 10 February 2012 – Cambridge
10.30am Registration - tea/coffee
11am Briefing starts
1.30pm Briefing session finishes
Registration closes on Monday 6 February at 12.00pm.
For further information please contact the Events Team to request materials from the day or visit the Arts Council website.
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