Creative workshop for practitioners: applied arts

Family Arts Campaign Wales have a professional development opportunity for practitioners and producers involved in making work and designing activities for families.

Led by Dena Bagi of the British Ceramics Biennial
Tuesday 18 October 2016, 11am – 4pm, Ruthin Craft Centre, Lon Parcwr, Ruthin LL15 1BB

Using the family engagement programme at the British Ceramics Biennial as a case-study, Dena Bagi will enable participants to this creative workshop to explore and develop innovative ideas for family interactivity. In this workshop you’ll hear about the creative development process utilised within British Ceramics Biennial’s engagement department. The critical process of making is at the heart of British Ceramic Biennial’s engagement and refers to research and best practice in the area of family learning. Through the workshop you’ll consider this development structure and
create tailored family workshop activity.

To find out more about the engagement programme at British Ceramics Biennial go to the website or learning blog. The workshop will be participatory and is designed to offer practitioners time and space and stimulus to explore ideas and share experiences with peers.

Please complete and send this form to by Thursday 6 October 2016. Places on the workshop are limited and so whilst we hope we will be able to accommodate everyone who expresses an interest in attending there is a chance that we may not have capacity for everyone. Those based in Wales or working with organisations based in Wales will be given priority. We will confirm with you as soon as possible after the 6 October whether your place is secure or on a waiting list.

22 September 2016