TEH Arts Education Seminar in Belfast
Imagine, Create and Critique
SEMINAR THEME: CRITICAL REFLECTION ON OUR ARTS EDUCATION/PARTICIPATION PRACTICE.
How do we know our arts programmes result in significant benefits, giving children a great start in life and enabling people of all ages to thrive?
Beat Carnival is organising the 2nd Seminar of the TEH Arts Education Platform in Belfast, 28-30 March 2019, with additional options on Saturday 30th. Beat is a member of Trans Europe Halles network of independent cultural centres across Europe. This is the second annual seminar of a new TEH Arts Education Platform. During this time we will be sharing and examining arts access & engagement methodologies and considering the ways that we measure success and how to improve our practice. Read more about TEH Arts Education Platfrom here.
A number of sessions in the Platform’s Seminar programme are open to other interested practitioners and we are publicising these in association with the Imagine! Belfast Festival of Ideas & Politics. There is another ‘significant happening’ taking place at the end of March – and so we will have a ‘special something’ on Friday 29th night to mark the occasion of Brexit!
The Seminar venues are in the neighbourhood where Beat Carnival is based: Beat Carnival Centre at the intersection of City-centre, North and West Belfast; and the nearby Spectrum Centre on the Shankill Road.
For further details, contact our project coordinator Emelie Storm at firstname.lastname@example.org.