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Connected Culture

Connected Conversations; Passing It On - Thinkers Roundtable


07 February 2014

The fourth Connected Conversations; Passing It On roundtable took place on Monday 3 February 2014 at the RSA in London. The thinkers roundtable involved the following:

Alan Dix, 509 Arts
Lynne Froggett, University of Central Lancashire
Chrissie Tiller, Goldsmiths University of London
Annabel Jackson, Annabel Jackson Associates
Bill Sharpe, International Futures Forum
Caoimhe McAvinchey, Queen Mary University of London
Deirdre Figueredo, Craftspace
Dave O’Brien, City University London
Tim Joss, Rayne Foundation
Elizabeth Lynch, Elizabeth Lynch & Company
Jessica Harris, NCVO
Kate Organ, Kate Organ
Leila Jancovich, Leeds Metropolitan University
John Kieffer, ThreeJohnsandShelagh
Mike White, Mike White
Paul Bristow, Arts Council England
Anna Ledgard, Anna Ledgard
Patrycja Kaszynska, Arts and Humanities Research Council
Jane Wilson, Arts Development UK
Kathryn Deane, Sound Sense
Esme Ward, University of Manchester, Whitworth Art Gallery
Jonathan Barnes, Canterbury Christchurch University
Gabriel Gbadamosi, Writer
Jocelyn Cunningham, Arts and Society
Georgina Chatfield, Arts and Society and the RSA
Dominic Campbell, Connected Culture and Independent Philanthropy Arts Entrepreneur
Fergus Early, Green Candle Dance Company
Josh Solnick
Archie Backhouse
Edwin Minegard
Alice Maggs, Illustrator

--> Storyboard of the event by Alice Maggs

The ongoing conversation can be found on Twitter via @CCAdultArts and @artssocietyuk by using the hashtag #connectedconversations

Connected Conversations; Passing It On is a series of four roundtable discussions examining participatory arts practice through the voices of artists, commissioners, participants and thinkers. To find out more about these roundtable discussions, visit the Connected Conversations; Passing It On project page.

Connected Conversations: Passing It On is the inaugural project of Arts & Society supported by Arts Council England and the RSA delivered in partnership with Connected Culture, an online network celebrating participatory arts that is facilitated through Spare Tyre.