APRIL CAFE CULTURE: Artist resources (talk) and professional development group surgery (workshop)
April 12 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm£5 - £15
6-7pm Talk & drink: Artists resources and how to find out about stuff
7-9pm Workshop & food: Professional development group surgery
Artist and curator Judith Alder will lead a talk and workshop for our April 2018 edition of Cafe Culture, which invites artists to develop their practice in the company of food, wine and peers in a fun weekday evening out. Join us for an aperitif (talk & drink) or come for the main meal (workshop & food) – or both, the choice is yours.
Talk & drink: Artists resources and how to find out about stuff – an introduction to Axisweb, Artquest and a-n, what they offer and what they do
Workshop & food: Working out your professional development needs and how to get the right support e.g. accessing mentoring, one-to-one consultations/tutorials, development residencies, equipment and workshop facilities, skills development, networks and studio groups, crit groups, talks and lectures, libraries and publications.
JUDITH ALDER is an artist, curator and organiser of Blue Monkey Network, Eastbourne. She is interested in how things grow and change over time and how science, nature and technology collide in the Anthropocene: The Age of Man – “a time in which it feels impossible to maintain pace with the present, never mind to chart the future.”
Judith has worked with arts organisations, galleries, universities, schools, on an allotment, and with a military museum. Alongside her artistic practice, Judith runs Blue Monkey Network, an artists’ development organisation based at Towner, Eastbourne, which offers regular events for artists. Keep up with all Judith’s news, new work, portfolio and cv on her Axisweb profile, sign up for her news updates, or find out more about Blue Monkey Network.
Talk & drink
Doors 6pm, starts 6.15pm, finishes at 7pm
Full price £5
plus booking fee 53p if purchased online or with a card
Workshop & food
Doors 7pm, starts 7.15pm, finishes at 9pm
Full price £15
plus booking fee £1.03 if purchased online or with a card
plus booking fee 93p if purchased online or with a card
How to book
- Cash – tickets can be purchased from DC1 Cafe & Gallery, open Tues-Sat 11am-5pm
- Card – as above
- Cheque – as above
- Online ticketing – through Ticket Source
Further information about the event
- Drinks will be available to purchase
- Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged
- If you are purchasing a workshop ticket, please supply us with your dietary requirements – email@example.com
- If you are paying by card or through online booking on Ticket Source, a booking fee will be added to your ticket – we are a new social enterprise, it costs us money if we absorb the fees – thank you!