21clradio editors made sure to include all the project events from recent years, including the ones formerly published at https://21clradio.com/.
Funding culture and the arts
2nd March 2011
Location: Central London
with Colin Tweedy, Chief Executive, Arts & Business Full list of speakers below This event is CPD certified Our Website (http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/forums/index.php?fid=westminster_media_forum) | Book Online (http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/forums/book_event.ph
The Oxford Media Convention
19th January 2011
Location: Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Convergence or collision? Navigating the creative, commercial and regulatory challenges facing media over the next decade. Organised by ippr in partnership with MediaGuardian Register and book online Book before 26 November to receive a 20 per cent discount. Now in its ninth year, the Oxford Media Conventio
Arts in the Big Society
6th December 2010, 13:00 - 16:00
Location: Brighton and Hove
The 2010 nalgao conference is set to explore the challenges, threats and opportunities for local authority arts services and in arts development. Go http://www.nalgao.org/page.php?101 to download details and booking form.
Arts In the Big Society?
6th December 2010, 13:00 - 17:00
Location: The Hove Centre Brighton BN3 4AH
NALGAO - the National Association of Local Government Arts Officers - is holding its annual conference in Birghton and Hove at the Town hall this year. The conference will explore the challenges, threats and the opportunities for local authority arts services and for those of us working in arts development in the curre
Building a New Era Economy: Roles for Business and Policy
1st December 2010, 9:00 - 12:45
Location: central London
A high-level conference to launch the New Era Economics pamphlet on innovation. This is the first written output of ippr’s ambitious new programme of work which seeks to explore what a new, progressive era in economic policymaking might look like. (Breakfast from 08:30) We are delighted that the Rt Hon C
Liverpool Design Festival
18th November 2010
Location: Liverpool, various
Full Programme of Events Announced! Liverpool Design Festival, 18 - 27 November 2010, plays host to more than 30 separate design events including exhibitions, talks, installations, workshops and seminars across the city centre and beyond. Launched last November as an annual c
Labour's Legacy: Cultural Trends Conference 2010
12th November 2010
Location: University College London (UCL)
"A Golden Age?" Reflections on New Labour’s Cultural Policy and its Post-Recession Legacy. Cultural Trends International Conference (details in news post)
Earlyarts International UnConference
9th November 2010
Location: Square Chapel Centre for the Arts and Eureka! The National Children’s Museum in Halifax.
Sir Ken Robinson Earlyarts Patron says: "Rush to the Earlyarts International UnConference on 9th November. I really believe that the work that will be celebrated and debated at the UnConference is fundamental, not just for the future of our children, but of all the communities that they are part of."Our programme is am
App Conference: International App Development Conference – AppJam 2010
8th November 2010
Location: Discovery Point, Dundee, Scotland
As part of the Interreg funded ‘Creative City Challenge’ project Dundee College, along with key project and other industry partners, are holding the International App Development Conference & AppJam. This key event will bring together the very best in professional app developmen
MAXIMISING THE ROLE OF ARTS AND CULTURE IN ECONOMIC GROWTH
18th October 2010
Location: Royal Commonwealth Society, London
CAPITALISING ON HUGE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONTRIBUTION - ACHIEVING MAXIMUM GOVERNMENT SUPPORT, NATIONALLY AND LOCALLY - MAXIMISING THE IMPACT OF CITIES OF CULTURE - SPARKING NEW PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN CULTURE AND COMMERCE - &nb
How do we know what works? Evaluating policy in culture, media and sport
8th October 2010, 10:00 - 15:00
Location: DCMS, 2-4 Cockspur Street, London SW1Y 5DH
The purpose of the seminar is to investigate a number of questions including: · Why do we need to evaluate DCMS’s policies? · What does a good evaluation in our sectors look like? What makes an evaluation robust? &middo
Internationalism in an Ecologically Conscious Age
4th October 2010, 9:30 - 11:00
Location: International Institute for Strategic Studies Arundel House 13–15 Arundel Street WC2R 3DX London United Kingdom
More and more people are recognising that the relentless pursuit of economic growth predicated on GDP is increasingly unsustainable. Not only is it is accelerating global resource depletion and climate change, posing a profound threat to humanity and the ecology of the planet, it is increasing inequality and having
17th July 2010
Location: Great North Museum
In The Long Run celebrates the 30-year history of the Great North Run, which has seen the race grow into the world's biggest half marathon.
5th July 2010
The Creative Economy and the RecoveryHow is the global arts and cultural sector linking the creative economy to general economic recovery?For more information write to [email protected]
6th International Conference on Small Island Cultures (ISIC) / 2nd Art & Islands Conference
23rd June 2010
Location: Castle Cornet, Guernsey, Channel Islands
Art, Islands and Islomania: how can the arts be instrumental in social change in small island culture and environment?With installations by Andy Goldsworthy and Antony Gormley.
Submission deadline: Simple Acts
18th June 2010
Simple Acts schools competition. How can a simple act change a refugee's experience of the UK? Winner announced 31st June 2010http://www.refugeeweek.org.uk/simple-acts/toolkit/schools/schools.htm
14th June 2010
For examples of events across the UK see news post from 7th June 2010 and visit the website at http://www.refugeeweek.org.uk/
Free fundraising Surgeries: Midas Charity Appeals
10th June 2010
Location: Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Midas Charity Appeals are offering free fundraising surgeries at the Whitechapel gallery. See News post for details.
The Future of Cultural Work: OU Conference
7th June 2010
Location: OU London Regional Centre, Camden
Organisers: Mark Banks and Stephanie Taylor (CRESC, Open University); Rosalind Gill and Andy Pratt (Centre for Culture, Media and Creative Industries Research, King's College, London)See news post (March 21st) for details
6th June 2010
Location: Humanities Research Centre, University of York
For more information call +44 (0)1904 433050, visit the Department of Sociology website or contact [email protected]
Globalisation and Identity: ISPA 2010 Conference
3rd June 2010
The conference includes the ISPA pitch session "New Works Now", developed from the original sessions featured in the Banff Film and television Awards, Alberta, Canada. Presenters pitch to over 300 delegates from 35 countries. For more information visit www.ispa.org
Advancing the Arts: How Arts and Cultural Organisations Innovate
2nd June 2010, 12:30 - 15:00
Location: NESTA Plough Pl. EC4 A1
Arts funders and policymakers increasingly call on arts and cultural organisations to be more innovative. Yet, what does innovation mean in an arts and cultural context? What types of innovation should arts and cultural organisations be doing that they are not already doing? How can the arts and cultural sector use new
1st June 2010
Deadline for applications. NAN bursaries are to facilitate skill sharing and networking between artist's groups and networks. See News post (16th March 2010) for details.
UdK Award: Submission Dealine
31st May 2010
The EUR 7,500 biennial UdK Award for Interdisciplinary Art and Science aims to support and promote artists working in all media and scientists to develop a collaborative project without prejudice to either discipline.For more information contact [email protected] or visit the website at www.udk-berlin.de/udk-awar
ENYAN: Bridge the Gap Conference
26th May 2010, 10:30 - 15:30
The English National Youth Arts Netwrok (ENYAN) conference will focus on the gap in provision for young people who leave formal education but want a career in arts and culture.
25th May 2010
Location: Tate Modern, London, UK
Cultural Tourism Symposium for the Arts and Heritage in London(details in News post)
Deadline: Cultural Policy Research Award
24th May 2010
The EUR10,000 award aims to foster academic and applied cultural policy research and explore key issues for contemporary Europe. for more information see news post 31st March 2010.
The Politics of Consumption (Symposium)
18th May 2010, 10:30 - 17:30
Location: University of East London
Speakers at the symposium will consider topics ranging from post-consumerist politics, to austerity and sustainable living, or 'radical comsumption'. No charge and no booking required.For further information contact [email protected]
12th May 2010
Location: Manchester, UK
A festival of innovations in art, music and ideas, showing "world premieres of astonishing artworks", with a city-wide music programme and visionary thinkers from around the world. FutureEverything 2009 attracted live audiences of 75,000 and a "media footpront of 48.5 million (SKV)"For more info visit www.futureeveryt
Ofcom's Community Radio Fund - deadline for applications
11th May 2010
See News post (March 15th 2010) for details.
Deadline: Connecting Classrooms partnerships
4th May 2010
The British Council's Connecting Classrooms scheme aims to foster partnerships between schools in the UK, Europe and neighbouring regions, the Middle East, Near East, and Africa.For more details visit the following pages: www.britishcouncil.org/learning-connecting-classrooms-what.htm
27th April 2010, 13:30 - 17:30
Location: Edinburgh (Festival Theatre)
See News post for cost and contact details.
21st April 2010, 13:30 - 17:30
Location: London (The Women\'s Library)
See News post for cost and contact details.
15th April 2010, 13:30 - 17:30
Location: Birmingham (Birmingham Conservatoire)
See News post for cost and contact details.
14th April 2010
Arts Council England Open Consultation deadline for returning responses.
Ofcom's Community Radio Fund - open to new applications
14th April 2010
See News post (March 15th 2010) for more details.
14th April 2010
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
National Art Education Association (NAEA) holds its national conference in Baltimore, Mayland, USA For more information and bookings visit http://www.naea-reston.org/news/national-convention
Submission deadline: The Future of Cultural Work
9th April 2010
Location: Open University London Regional Centre
The Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC) invites papers for its conference "The Future of Cultural Work", to be held on June 7th 2010. For more details see www.cresc.ac.uk or contact Karen Ho at [email protected]
8th April 2010, 13:30 - 17:30
Location: Leeds (West Yorkshire Playhouse)
See News entry for cost and contact details.
31st March 2010
Outline proposals for the BIG Lottery Fund's People and Places programme must be made by today. The final deadline for applications is 30th June 2010. For more information visit http://www2.biglotteryfund.org.uk/index/apply-uk.htm/prog_pp_economic_downturn
26th March 2010
imove is Yorkshire's signature cultural prgramme for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. imove aims to reach 4.7 million people across the Yorkshire region over the next two years.
16th March 2010
Location: 100 exhibitions UK wide
Granted the London 2012 Inspire MarkStarts March 16th 2010 - ongoingFor more information visit http//www.oursportinglife.co.uk
1st March 2010
Location: East London (various venues)
An annual celebration of words, text and language. Recipient of a Breakthrough Award from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. See news post dated March 12th for more details.