AIRTIME events for artists
Since 2009, AIRTIME events for artists have enabled them to both explore their approaches and strategies for their practice and to access information and networking opportunities.
AIRTIME events are open to all artists – and final year art students – and are free practical and inspirational events providing advice, networking and camaraderie. Over 1000 artists and final-year art and design students have already participated in events held across England and Wales.
So if you're a practising artist or final year art and design student seeking info on insurance, funding and professional development or want to develop your networks and collaborations, just keep an eye on this site so you can book a place at an AIRTIME near you.
Alongside the local and regional partnerships that enable these events to happen, we're pleased to have DACS (Design and Artists Copyright Society) and Engage as AIRTIME series partners.
Bookings: These are free events, but as places are limited booking is essential. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with AIRTIME and your preferred location in the title.
All events 3-5pm unless otherwise stated.
- 16 May - Blyth; partnership with Headway ArtSpace and Northumberland County Council
- 5 June - Folkestone; partnership with Creative Foundation
- 17 July - Birmingham; partnership with Grand Union
Further events are being organised throughout 2013 - bookmark this page to check new entries.
View Nisha Duggal's video report of AIRTIME at SPACE Studios, London, July 2010 here »
First published: a-n.co.uk July 2010. Updated: July 2011
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