Future Britain: Arts leading the way
Clore Auditorium, Tate Britain
15 June 2009
10 am - 4 pm
Future Britain: Arts leading the way, a national cross artform conference discussing the development of the sector over the coming years and its role in shaping Britain's future.
The conference will also launch the Arts Manifesto for the forthcoming General Election.
The NCA has been holding consultations up and down the country in order to gather views from artists and arts organisations which have informed the production of the manifesto. It is intended that the document will form the basis for an advocacy campaign to promote the value of the arts around the time of the election.
The conference will include expert panel discussions with leading figures from the sector as well as open discussion sessions and opportunities for questions.
Registration and refreshments
Welcome address by National Campaign for the Arts (NCA)
10.35 – 11.45 am
Creative engagement: politicians, policymakers and the public
Panellists Mark Bell, (Commissioning Editor, Arts, BBC Vision), Alison Edbury (Director of Audiences Yorkshire), Munira Mirza (Director of Arts and Culture Policy for the Mayor of London) and Gerri Morris (founder of Morris Hargreaves McIntyre).
11.45 am – 13.00 pm
Innovation and resilience: a stronger arts sector
Question Time – Panel debate chaired by Tim Joss
Speakers Hasan Bakhshi (Research Director, Arts & Innovation, National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts) Julia Fawcett (Chief Executive of the Lowry), Tony Hall (Chief Executive of the Royal Opera House and Chair of the Creative and Cultural Skills), Kerry Michael (Artistic Director of Theatre Royal Stratford).
13.00 – 14.00 pm
14.00 – 15.00 pm
Future Britain: Arts leading the way
This last session launches the National Campaign for the Arts manifesto which has been written in consultation with artists and art organisations throughout the UK, chaired by Dame Joan Bakewell.
Speakers include Alan Davey (CEO of Arts Council England), Barbara Follett MP (Minister for Culture, Creative Industries and Tourism), Ed Vaizey MP (Shadow Minister for Culture), Robin Simpson, (Chief Executive, Voluntary Arts Network) and Louise de Winter (National Campaign for the Arts). Discussion will be followed by a 15 minute Q and A session.
15.00 – 15.30 pm
Art Manifesto Launch Keynote: Melvyn Bragg
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