Alfredo Cramerotti

Writer, curator, publisher and contemporary artist.

Office address: MOSTYN Wales, 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno LL30 1AB, UK - CuratorWork is an artsphere website

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MOSTYN | PlusTate Annual Leadership Forum [curating, institutional leadership]

Thursday 19 Nov 2020, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
A digital forum for Directors within the Plus Tate network to discuss shared leadership challenges within a visual arts environment.

Details of Exhibition


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)

Climate Change

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.

Digital Programming

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

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