Walker Art Gallery: Liverpool Artists’ Network meeting
Venue: Walker Art Gallery
Times: 14:00 - 16:00
Next Liverpool Artists’ Network Meeting will be on Sunday 11th June 2017 at The Walker Art Gallery, William Brown St, Liverpool, L3 8EL, 2pm – 4pm.
The Walker Art Gallery is kindly hosting our next Liverpool Artists’ Network meeting, which is to be held on a sunny Sunday afternoon for a bit of a change this time. I imagine the Walker itself needs no introduction to you but you may not be so well informed about its project in association with the Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme. We’ve been invited to meet in the new resource area for the ‘Transparency’ exhibition on the first floor landing for an introduction to the project and a quick tour of the exhibition and then we will head down to a meeting room for the presentations.
The Liverpool Artists’ Network meetings are there for you to meet other artists, share ideas, get feedback, make connections and discuss collaboration opportunities. It’s all very informal and usually ends with some of the group going to the pub for a few after. As an attendee you are invited to speak to the room. Maybe you have an idea that you want to sound out, or you want to start a specific project and you need to recruit people to work on it, or you’re an established organisation with services to offer artists.
We want you to make something happen.
We would like you to get in touch if you want to speak at the meeting, or if you really want to share something but you’re not the public speaking type, we can speak on your behalf, if you bring the details to the meeting. Anyone who is interested in your idea can then speak with you in a more informal way after the presentations.
Please email email@example.com if you would like to speak at the meeting,
Here are some topics that have been discussed before:
Please also let us know if you’re coming to the meeting: firstname.lastname@example.org
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