Join us at Arts Central (2nd Floor above MK Central Station) on 2nd September to hear about the social, financial, artistic and cultural value being produced through environmental best practice and a snap shot of some of the projects in planning for MK50.
We will be welcoming Luke Ramsay of Julie’ Bicycle to introduce us all to what environmental sustainability looks like in the arts and culture, and how cultural networks are developing collaborative responses to environmental issues. Through case studies and stories from the sector, they’ll reveal how environmental action is creating all kinds of social, financial, artistic and cultural value for the sector, and what opportunities exist for organisations and artists to engage with this growing, inspirational movement.
After lunch we will hear from some of the arts, heritage and cultural organisations that are already planning project and events for MK50 – Milton Keynes’ 50th anniversary in 2017.
For full details and booking information please see our Flyer: AHA 2nd September Forum Flyer