An invitation to the Bedford Culture Network

11/06/2013

 

An invitation to the Bedford Culture Network

11/06/2013

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Do you work in arts, culture or education? Would you like to find out more about what is on offer for young people in Bedford? Come along to find out more.

Bedford Creative Arts, Bedford Culture Network and The Higgins have joined forces to offer two events on Wednesday 26th June 2013 and you are warmly invited to join us.

Bedford Culture Network
2 – 4pm

Join colleagues from both culture and education settings to explore what collaboration looks like in practice, hear about upcoming cultural opportunities and identify ways to overcome barriers to accessing cultural provision for young people.

The Bedford Culture Network aims to encourage a collaborative approach to cultural provision for young people in Bedford and is supported by The Royal Opera House Bridge, Bedford Borough Council and administered by Bedford Creative Arts.

All are welcome to explore the newly reopened museum and gallery until 5pm and teaching colleagues may like to stay for the following Teachers’ Twilight session.

Refreshments will be provided.

The Higgins Teachers’ Twilight Session
4 – 6pm

This special twilight session designed specifically for teachers offers the opportunity to view the new displays (open until 5pm), find out about The Higgins Bedford’s education programme from The Higgins’ Learning & Access staff and discuss ideas for future programming and partnerships.

Drinks and nibbles provided.

RSVP for both events to educationservice@bedford.gov.uk or 01234 718627

The Higgins Bedford, Castle Lane, Bedford, MK40 3XD

www.thehigginsbedford.org.uk

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