9th and 10th March 2016 at Birmingham Hippodrome.
Is that all there is? is a timely provocation to reconsider arts provision for young people with learning disabilities (ypwld). Over two days we will wrestle with key issues around work with ypwld and be inspired by some of the leading creative practice in this field.
Is that all there is? is accompanied by a festival of performance work by ypwld.
To book call:
0844 338 5000
Standard rate - £70 Concessionary rate - £50
(Concessionary rate is for solo practitioners and artists, and small arts and voluntary organisations).
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When and Where?
Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th March 2016, at Birmingham Hippodrome. Wednesday's session is followed by an evening of performance of cutting-edge work by young people with learning disabilities.
What does the ticket include?
Your ticket includes entry to the two-day conference, refreshments and lunch on both days, and performances on the Wednesday evening.
Who should come?
Anyone interested in arts and learning disability, from an arts practice, access, programming, audience, leadership, development, advocacy or policy perspective should attend the conference. We particularly welcome Chief Executives, Artistic Directors, Learning specialists, managers, artists, funding bodies and policy makers.
Who's organising it?
Open Theatre Company, in partnership with Arts Council England and in association with Birmingham Hippodrome.
For further information, contact
Bethan Ball – Conference Coordinator
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