Public Art and Regeneration

Main Hall (Reichel Hall), Bangor University – PLACES AVAILABLE
Monday 18th November 2013
9.30am to 4.00pm

To book click here. The event is free but booking is essential.

Moderator:
Emma Geliot, Arts Journalist and Consultant.
http://emmageliot.wordpress.com/

Speakers:
John Holden, Visiting Professor at City University and Associate at the think-tank, Demos.
http://www.johnholden.info/Welcome.html

Craig Morrison, Curator at blinc in Conwy.
http://blincdigital.com/

Maria Brewster, Project Producer at Liverpool Biennial.*
http://liverpoolbiennial.co.uk/

Nils Norman, Artist.
http://www.dismalgarden.com/

Alex Murdin, Creative Director of N3 in Dorset for Ginkgo Projects.
http://www.ginkgoprojects.co.uk/projects/?id=1186

Cathy Newbery, Public Art Curator & Consultant for Cheshire West and Chester Council and Cheshire East Council.
http://cathynewbery.co.uk/

The Welsh Government’s new regeneration framework, Vibrant and Viable Places, states that arts and culture can provide social, economic and environmental benefits and support the delivery of locally derived plans for the development of people and places, in particular town centres, coastal communities and areas of social deprivation.

The event will promote discussion around the value of public art projects and explore different approaches to their development and implementation within the context of regeneration schemes.

Aimed at anyone with an interest or involvement in public art and regeneration schemes, the event is free but booking is essential.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

A programme and directions to the venue will be e-mailed to delegates before the event.

The event will be recorded for website use.

(*Maria Brewster has replaced Laurie Peake, Director of Projects & Programmes at Liverpool Biennial.)