FreeHaus Futures – Sunday Brunch 11 Dec

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Date(s) - 11/12/2016
11:00 am - 3:00 pm

26 Augusta Street


FreeHaus Futures is a weekend of discussion, debate and activity looking at the future  and potential of FreeHaus Art School. Join us for learning, reflection and discussion of the project to date and the Free Art School model, alongside presentations from other artist led initiatives from across the UK.

11 – 12.30 Introduction
Looking at the current provision of Art Schools in North Wales
Examining innovative models and projects in other places
1.15pm Panel discussion
3pm END

With contributions from:

Sarah Bowker Jones: FreeHaus Associate artist talking about her own work and her experience with artist led programmes and exhibitions.

Sophie Lee: FreeHaus Associate artist based in Manchester, Sophie will talk about her own practice and her interest in Free Art Schools, and education in Iceland.

Carl Chapple: FreeHaus Associate artist based in South Wales on his experience engaging hard to reach audiences such as the homeless in addition to his own work.

Matt de Kersaint Giraudeau: Artist based in London. Matt runs the Bad Vibes Club at Open School East, a free art school in Hackney (in the process of relocating to Margate). Associate at Open School East 2013-14.

Nia Metcalfe: Founder of Spit and Sawdust, a social enterprise multi-use community space in Cardiff combining a skate park with artist studios.

Niki Colclough: Artist and studio holder at Islington Mill. Member of the Islington Mill Arts Academy, a free Art School based in Salford.

Emrys Williams Lead Artist at FreeHaus, Artist and educator. Discussing the model and manifesto of FreeHaus Art School which he developed with Debbie Sharp.

Sabine Cockrill Director of Social Enterprise Culture Action Llandudno, whose aim is to support the development of local artists and offering training and upskilling to the community through offering a range of cultural opportunities.

Helen Jones FreeHaus Fellow, artist, and educator at Coleg Menai in Bangor. Discussing and outlining current provisions of Art Education in North Wales and what gaps exist.

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