About this Event
On Thursday 19 November, Plus Tate's Annual Leadership Forum will take place via Zoom.
Hosted by Alfredo Cramerotti, MOSTYN and Katherine Wood & Ceri Littlehand, Wysing galleries, this full-day event will focus on topics of Climate Change, Digital Programming, and Anti-Racist action within the arts.
Chaired by Amanda Parker (Inc Arts), there will be plenty of space for Directors to converse with each other as they would during an in-person event, along with time to create action points for their organisations.
We have incorporated short comfort breaks at regular intervals throughout the day.
8.50 - Zoom opens for attendees
9.00 - Helen Legg (Director, Tate Liverpool) and Maria Balshaw (Director, Tate) begin the day
9.20 - Introduction from Amanda Parker (Chair)
9:30 - Clare Pillmann (CEO, Natural Resources Wales) will speak on collaborations between arts organisations and environmental agenices. Featuring a Q&A session.
10.00 - Laurie Laybourn (IPPR) presentation and facilitated group discussion. A ten minute break is scheduled within his session.
12.00 - Juliette Desorgues (MOSTYN) presentation on online programmes developed under lockdown
12.30 - Tai Shani presentation on "Transmissions", a collaborative online project funded by multiple institutions
12.50 - Q&A with Juliette and Tai
13.00 - 13.30 Lunch Break
Anti-Racism and the Role of Arts in Civil Society
13.30 - Joy Warmington and Asif Afridi from BRAP lead an afternoon session on what racism and anti-racism means to those in attendance, as well as how recent events have affected arts organisations.
There will be time to share aspirations on how to progress anti-racist workings with peers in the network, including the challenges faced and opportunities for the future.
15.45 - Final thoughts and closing comments
16.00 - End of Forum