Learning from Lowestoft: Fostering an Inclusive Cultural Heritage and Arts Industry Ecosystem
Monday 30 October
East Point Pavilion
The Norfolk and Suffolk Culture Board is delighted to announce its latest Roving Summit, hosted by First Light Festival CIC.
Creatives and cultural and community organisations are invited to be part of the event, which will focus on People and Community a key theme of the Culture Drives Impact Manifesto, exploring how we can drive cultural participation in our communities around three sessions:
Fostering an Inclusive Cultural Heritage and Arts Industry Ecosystem with Helen Fitzhugh, Norwich Business School, UEA; Sarah Barrow, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Arts and Humanities, UEA; Hayley Field and Alex Casey, Co-Directors Suffolk Artlink
The Civic University Project with Johanna Forster, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor, UEA; Lucy Smith, Norwich University of the Arts; Mike Sauter, University of Suffolk
Learning from Lowestoft Arts and Culture with Natalie Gates, Historic England; Helen Johnson & Rebecca Styles East Suffolk Council; Seagull Theatre on the 1940s; Genevieve Christie First Light Festival CIC and Laurence Edwards, sculptor, Post Office project.
This event is part of the Norfolk & Suffolk Culture Board’s Roving Summit linking to the Culture Drives Impact Manifesto. Delivered with the support of University of East Anglia (Creative UEA and Civic University).
Tea and cakes will be provided from 13:30, with sessions from 14:00-17:00.
For information on getting to East Point Pavilion, accessibility in the building and parking, click here.