deaf cultral centreVIP Supper Event for Arts organisations and

those interested in supporting the performing arts

5:30pm – 6:45pm

Friday, 11 October

 

Light supper and refreshments will be served

 

Venue:

Deaf Cultural Centre

Ladywood Road, Birmingham, B16 8SZ

 

As part of our Explorers Festival of Deaf Arts taking place in October, The Deaf Cultural Centre would like to invite you to a special VIP event to meet six talented Deaf artists. Over the past six months, these intrepid artists have travelled the world, looking for inspiration, knowledge and a greater understanding of their art form.  As a result of their travels, they have created new work which will be presented at the Deaf Cultural Centre in October. Our goal is to find wider opportunities to showcase their work professionally.

 

This event will be of interest to Arts organisations and those interested in supporting the performing arts. If you share our objective to encourage and support deaf artists and are an arts organisation, work in the performing arts or are a disability, equality and diversity organisation, then this will be of strong interest to you.

 

If you would like to attend this VIP event, please email lisa.davies@bid.org.uk to reserve a place.

 

After the event, we hope you can stay for ‘Meet the Explorers for Storynight’ – tickets £7 which will allow you to see the diversity of talent! Details provided in the programme.

 

More information about the VIP event can be viewed in the attachment. I have also attached information about the Festival.  Please do forward the programme to your colleagues and friends so they can attend these sensational performances by really exciting artists..

 

About Explorers

Explorers is a deaf arts initiative, funded by Arts Council West Midlands and developed by the Deaf Cultural Centre. Six talented deaf artists were challenged to travel the world looking for inspiration and knowledge and a greater understanding of their art form. This has led to the creation of new work for wider audiences which will be showcased at the Deaf Cultural Centre in October, as part of our Explorers Festival of Deaf Arts.

 

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