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Connected Culture

Connect Conversations; Passing It On - Practitioners Roundtable


22 January 2014

The first of the Connected Conversations; Passing It On roundtables took place on Monday 20 January 2014 at the RSA in London. The first roundtable involved the following practitioners:

Mary Turner, Action Space
Chris Higgins, Map Consortium
Almir Koldzic, Counterpoints Arts
Eleanor Davies, Davies and Jones
Chloe Osborne, Emergency Exit Arts
David Slater, Entelechy Arts
Hannah Hull, Situation-specific Artist
Jamie Beddard, Director, Writer, Actor, Trainer and Consultant
Sue Mayo, Magic Me
Sophie Hope, Artist
Arti Prashar, Spare Tyre
Sylvan Baker, People's Palace Projects
Jonathan Petherbridge, London Bubble
Sarah Fox, People United
Selina Nwulu, The Guardian
Tassos Stevens, You Have Found Coney
Sally Labern, The Drawing Shed
Ruth Nutter, Encounters
Geraldine Bone, Tower Hamlets Arts
Liz Postlethwaite, Small Things
Lucy Neal, Artist
Robert Pacitti, Spill Festival
Ellie Raymont, Streetwise Opera
Ali Pretty, Kinetika People
Gabriel Gbadamosi, Writer
Jocelyn Cunningham, Arts and Society
Georgina Chatfield, Arts and Society and the RSA
Dominic Campbell, Connected Culture and Independent Philanthropy Arts Entrepreneur
Alice Maggs, Illustrator

--> Artistic Response by Gabriel Gbadamosi

--> Storyboard of the event by Alice Maggs

The ongoing conversation can be found on Twitter via @CCAdultArts and @artssocietyuk by using the hashtag #connectedconversations

Connected Conversations; Passing It On is a series of four roundtable discussions examining participatory arts practice through the voices of artists, commissioners, participants and thinkers. To find out more about these roundtable discussions, visit the Connected Conversations; Passing It On project page.

Connected Conversations: Passing It On is the inaugural project of Arts & Society supported by Arts Council England and the RSA delivered in partnership with Connected Culture, an online network celebrating participatory arts that is facilitated through Spare Tyre.