Liverpool Artists’ Network Meeting
Thursday 17th November, 6.30pm
377 Mill Street, Liverpool. L8 4RF.
The number 82 bus stops on Park Road, close to Wellington Road junction. The Florrie is a 2 minute walk down Wellington Road, located on the corner of Mill Street.If travelling from Liverpool city centre, you can catch the 82 from the Liverpool ONE Bus Station.
For anyone who hasn’t been to a Liverpool Artists’ Network meeting before, the current setup is: we invite anyone who wants to, to present to the room. Maybe you have an idea that you want to sound out, or you want to start a specific project and you need to recruit people to work on it, or you’re an established organisation with services to offer artists. For some, the Network is a way of starting relationships with other artists which may develop organically…. into something exciting. Whatever the reason, it’s a great way to start a dialog which can continue after the speeches and beyond. We’re trying a new venue this time and meeting at The Florrie. Tom Calderbank, Art Curator at The Florrie is keen to engage with local artists and will say a few words about the Florrie’s vision and possible opportunities for artists, as well as giving a tour around the building to anyone who would like to see more. It’s an amazing building, you can find out more here http://www.theflorrie.org
There will be tea and coffee available and biscuits for early birds, all for free but we ask that you make a donation of £1 to help us cover the cost of room hire.
We would like you to get in touch if you want to speak at the meeting, or if you really want to share something but you’re not the public speaking type, we can speak on your behalf, if you give us all the details. Anyone who is interested in your idea can then speak with you in a more informal way after the presentations.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to speak at the meeting,
Here are some topics that have been discussed before:
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Please can you email email@example.com to let us know if you intend to come so we have an idea of numbers. Keep promoting Liverpool Artists’ Network. The more members we can recruit, the better we can be. If you are talking about Liverpool Artists’ Network on Twitter please use the #LivArtNet hashtag.
All the best