Arnolfini - Dark Studio, 2nd Floor
Saturday, November 21, 2015
12:00 AM
Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA
South West England
SATmag - showandtellmagazine

This talk / presentation is part of ‘AntiUniversity Now!‘; one of 55 events  being staged in various locations across the UK and which re-enacts a 1968 event that took place in London.

This talk is free but limited tickets are available. It is being presented by the  SATmag founder and editor Joe Tymkow.

‘Among the 5 goals for the Arts Council is a desire to make great art and culture accessible to everyone’.

SATmag’s wish is to reach and engage people who do not have access to the internet or smart-phones. But primarily to avoid disrespecting those living in isolation or in rural areas.

This event will be an opportunity to have an open discussion about how we can develop an appropriate system to achieve this, utilising existing and emerging technology. By working together with the Arts Council, creative industries, colleges & universities, artists and key stakeholders, in order to disseminate information to the public on current and forthcoming cultural events; taking place on a local, regional and national basis.

The solution is largely a matter of design and coordination. The design stage will identify the cost, the cost will identify appropriate funding bodies. The initial cost will be for production and installation after that it is purely a matter of maintenance.

Joe Tymkow is a self-employed non-commercial artist.
Joe graduated in Fine Art from UWE, Bristol in 2010. He is a co-director of Fringe Arts Bath and run the visual arts website SATmag as part of his artists’ practice.

Book: via eventbrite