Upcoming Events

Thursday, 09 July 2020 / Published in Events
Monday 20 July 2020 1pm – 3pm The West Midlands Culture Response Unit is delighted to bring this webinar to all the freelancers in our community. The webinar will be hosted by Alison Grade, author of The Freelance Bible and a WM-based creative industries specialist. Alison will chair the discussion with a panel who will explore the
Tuesday, 07 July 2020 / Published in Events, News
To radically transform the West Midlands arts and culture sector. Galvanised by Black Lives Matter, there is universal acknowledgement from across the region’s arts and cultural sectors that much work needs to be done to make organisations truly reflective of our communities; in leadership, in governance, in programming and audiences. The time for action is
Monday, 06 July 2020 / Published in Events
Alternate Tuesdays 12 noon to 2pm. 14th & 28th July 11th & 25th August 8th & 22nd September This regular meeting is for anyone interested in practicalities of re-starting artistic activity and programming. The agenda usually includes: Update on national strategies Updates on sector/venue/activity action groups Focus on practicalities of social distancing, health and safety,
Monday, 06 July 2020 / Published in Events
Alternate Wednesdays 12 noon to 2pm. 8th & 22nd July 5th & 19th August 2nd & 16th September This regular meeting is for anyone interested in the creative narrative and coordination of artistic programme in the mid and long term. The agenda covers topics including: Online showcasing Creative Narrative Regional-local coordination of re-opening artistic activity
Thursday, 02 July 2020 / Published in Events
Friday 17th July 10am – 11.30am This free webinar is for anyone working in the arts in the West Midlands, who would like to learn more about opportunities to work with the health and social care sectors, including providing arts and cultural interventions and social prescribing. There will be a particular focus on how the
Friday, 05 June 2020 / Published in Events
During the Coronavirus pandemic, we are running regular Zoom calls open to anyone working in the region’s cultural sector, whether in organisations or freelance/self-employed. The sessions are designed to share information about the most pressing issues in relation to the current situation, and are open to both Culture Central members and non-members alike. The next