Special Event


Dates: 09 May - 09 May

Show Time: 10.30am - 5.30pm (followed by a party)

Project Arts Centre is proud to present the third conference of the Visual Arts Workers Forum. Designed to engage and give a platform for debate to workers across the visual arts – artists, writers, curators, educators, funders, gallerists, shippers, framers to name a few – the VAWF is a day packed full of stimulating debate, presentations and networking.

Key issues for the 2014 forum include a session devoted to the case for artistic leadership, a session aimed at accounting for the visual arts’ contribution – artistically, structurally and economically – and a session devoted to analysing good governance.

The forum is ticketed, includes lunch, and booking in advance is essential.


Tickets are limited so early booking is advised.
Booking opens Wednesday 9 April, online by clicking here  or by calling +353 1 881 9613. Tickets are €10 for independent practitioners and €20 for those institutionally affiliated. Proceeds from ticket sales help to fund independent speakers’ participation. For any further queries, please get in touch with us: contact@vawf.ie

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