Webinar: Unpacking public programming

What role does public programming play in helping to build an audience? How can it benefit your practice?

Join this ACAVA Talks webinar with Pacheanne Anderson to gain an understanding of what public programming is, and how it can play an important role in engaging the public with the arts and building your artistic audience. Anderson will unpack the nuances of navigating public programming and explore the art of how to make it a part of your practice.

About Pacheanne Anderson:
Pacheanne Anderson is a curator, writer and consultant who produces arts and cultural events to put Queer, Trans*, Black & POC Artists in spaces where they’re more likely to meet collectors, journalists and other artists and curators. Anderson’s central focus is to dispel any restrictions and barriers to entry for artists who have previously been underrepresented in the art world through nurturing their practice and art world knowledge outside of institutional frameworks.


Thu 11 April 2024, 1pm-2.30pm


Webinar and Q&A


Webinar ticket: £5 / £1 concession*

ACAVA studio holder webinar ticket: Free

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Recordings of online events will be available to all ticket holders after the event.

*Concession tickets are available for those on low incomes or unwaged. If you are able to please consider paying the full fee, we are a registered charity and income from tickets directly supports the ACAVA Talks programme.

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ACAVA Talks is our professional development event programme for creative practitioners.