Join us for delicious Turkish food tastings from Meze restaurant and come find out how you can get arts funding from your work or project ideas in our first Cafe Culture event.
The evening will start with nibbles, drinks and a two-hour workshop with arts fundraiser and producer Judith Hibberd (6-8pm). We'll then have an informal evening of more food, drink and special guest speaker, plus opportunities to network and catch up (8-10pm).
Judith Hibberd has over 25 years experience in producing, programming and funding and developing individuals and organisations to maximise their potential.
£12/10 workshop & talk, £5 talk only
Both tickets include food & drink tastings.
This workshop is the first in a series of taster and networking events designed for artists in East Sussex. It is an opportunity for anyone wanting to find out about getting their arts project funded from funders such as Arts Council England.
The session will be held in our DC1 cafe and places are limited.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Judith Hibberd has over 25 years experience in producing, programming and funding and developing individuals and organisations to maximise their potential
She has worked at a senior level including as Head of Performing Arts at Arts Council England; programmed, produced and ran the National Young Director's Award at BAC; ran the theatre at Watermans, and worked extensively in Eastern Europe through partnerships with LIFT, National Theatre, Visiting Arts and the British Council. Judith currently works as Administrative Director for Vincent Dance Theatre, and as Creative Producer for Hydrocracker, both associate companies of Brighton Dome & Festival - and takes on freelance producing, business planning and organisational development work.
Judith is Vice-Chair of South East Dance.
Workshop only - General Admission
Workshop only - concession for OAP, unemployed, student, DC member