‘Refugee Arts in Southwark’ – A Southwark Arts Forum Networking Event

‘Refugee Arts in Southwark’ – A Southwark Arts Forum Networking Event

Southwark Arts Forum invites you to our next Networking Event: Refugee Arts in
Southwark

Date: Weds 25 Oct, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Venue: NPV Arts @ Magic Eye Theatre, Havil Street, London, SE5 7SD

Please join us for an informal event where we will be aiming to both celebrate the
range of wonderful existing refugee led arts activities and cultural events in
Southwark as well as explore the many opportunities that exist for more profile,
visibility, maximising inward investment and developing lots more partnership work!

Presentations:

– Tim Finch, Director of Communications, The Refugee Council

– Karen Taylor, Social Inclusion Officer, Arts Council England, London

– Sofia Buchuck, SRAN Co-ordinator – Southwark Refugee Artists Network and Tito
Vega, Trustee for Southwark Refugee Artists Network

At the event SRAN – Southwark Refugee Artists Network will also be:
Launching its new website + Launching its new Beyond Diaspora CD pick up your free
copy at the event!

Informal presentations will be followed by Q&A’s, background music from SRAN
Network members, refreshments and lots of opportunities for general networking!

Booking Details:

Spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis. It is ESSENTIAL to
book a place. To attend this event you need to be a Member of Southwark Arts Forum.
If you haven’t signed up already it is free and painless! – please visit
http://www.southwarkartsforum.org/membership.html Thankyou.

Please RSVP to Carolyn: mailto:admin2@southwarkartsforum.org / 020 7252 8672
(when e mailing you must include your name, title, organisation and contact
details – thankyou.)

NB: Please note, spaces are offered at 1 person per organisation initially to
ensure as many members as possible are able to attend. We will keep a reserve list
and check numbers and re-visit this nearer the final date.

About The Author

Chris is the Technical Director of Artweb.com, generally postsing about internet related issues and the arts.