If you haven’t yet registered for this year’s instalment of the Arts Summit, wait no longer! Next week’s Summit is an essential check-in on the issues, initiatives, and ideas that are emerging to shape the future of culture in BC. Key to the discussion will be a presentation on BC Creative Convergence, Towards a Cultural Policy Framework for BC. This report summarizes the results of a province-wide conversation on the relationship between the provincial government and the cultural community. The grassroots consultation has produced a broad set of goals and recommendations to guide future policy making at the provincial level. Don’t miss your chance to be part of the discussion.
And if you haven’t heard by now, Day 2 of Arts Summit 2015 features the incomparable Richard Evans of EmcArts on the topic of adaptive change (something most of us can not afford to miss). Far from just witnessing an outstanding keynote address, Summit participants will be immersed in a workshop that will refocus our individual and collective actions so we can achieve a greater impact in our work across BC’s cultural sector.