Monday 22nd October, 2012
Thursday 25th October
2:00 - 5:30pm Speakers and activities
5:30 - 7pm Food, music and traditional Caribbean storytelling
2:00 Welcome and Introduction to the day by Charlotte Dickerson
2:15 Nick Barratt on Personal Heritage
2:50 Morcea Walker on Working with the Traveller Community
3:25 Break and activity
4:00 Tola Dabiri on Increasing Diversity In Your Organisation
4:30 Activity - What are your barriers?
4:40 Helen Ball on Practical Engagement, Advice and Case Studies
To book your place or for more information please contact Charlotte Dickerson on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01582 437112
Places are limited. The event is free but we need a £5 deposit to secure your place.
Please send as cash or cheque to Charlotte Dickerson, UK Centre for Carnival Arts, 3 St. Mary’s Road, Luton, LU1 3JA along with your name and contact details.
Your deposit will be returned to you upon arrival on the 25th.
Engaging with hard-to-reach communities and uncovering hidden histories are essential activities for today’s arts and heritage organisations.
The Carnival Archive Project is holding a seminar to show you how to tackle this sometimes daunting task with confidence, by offering practical advice, case studies and reassurance on how your organisation can increase the diversity of the communities with which you engage.
Seminar attendees will be helped to work out their barriers to engagement and how to work around them. There will plenty of opportunities to discuss obstacles and receive practical advice from our speakers.