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Access Forum: Audience

Time: December 7, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Event Type: forum, discussion
Organized By: Rhian Lewis
Latest Activity: Dec 7, 2016

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Join us for the third Access Forum!

Access Forum: Audience

Wednesday 7th December, 6-8pm
The Plant Room, Wales Millennium Centre
Come to Stage Door to check in
The evening will be BSL interpreted by Erika James


Chaired by: Sara Beer

We'll be focusing on the audience, so think Marketing and Communications, Audience Development and how we reach people who maybe aren't accessing the arts.

This topic has come up several times, and lots of us have issues in getting the word out about our provision.

We're planning on having a panel to discuss ideas and approaches, and look at some best practise. We'll also open up the discussion more widely, and chat about what other issues are on our minds.

Hope to see you all there!

ADDED EXTRA!

If you'd like to try the UCAN Go app which has mapped Wales Millennium Centre, please meet us a Crema cafe from 5.30pm. Jane and Mared from UCAN will be there to help and chat about the App. 

DOWNLOAD UCAN GO HERE

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Comment by Olivia Harris on November 29, 2016 at 14:10

I can't make this one, but will definitely try and make the next one. Hope all goes well x 

Comment by Rhian Lewis on November 29, 2016 at 13:16

The lovely team from UCAN will be joining us from 5.30pm in the foyer of Wales Millennium Centre to trail UCAN Go, the app they've developed to help people access the arts. You can download the app in advance here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/ucan-go/id923938591?mt=8

Come along at 5.30pm if you've like to try the app, we'll meet near Crema!

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