BYOF - A Cultural Discussion
Fri 23 Feb to Fri 23 Feb
How Can Citizens Shape the Cultural Future of Slough?
An Afternoon of Discussion and Debate at The Venue, The Curve, Slough.
Lara Ratnaraja, Cultural, Digital and Creative Industries Consultant;
Ian Whitaker, Director of Home Slough;
Elizabeth Lynch, Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group at The Wellcome Trust;
Torange Khonsari, Director of public works, an art, architecture and activism organisation;
Simon Hall, Economic Growth and Enterprise Manager, Slough Borough Council;
Simon Poulter, Close and Remote (Chair).
We would like to invite you to ‘Bring Your Own Future’ to an afternoon of cultural discussion.
As part of HOME Slough’s current commission ‘Bring Your Own Future’ by artists Close and Remote (Sophie Mellor and Simon Poulter) we are holding an invited discussion event at The Curve on Friday 23 February, 1.30pm – 4pm.
The invited speakers will do a short presentation exploring the above question, from their own area of expertise. This will be followed by a chaired discussion with an audience of local stakeholders and residents.
The afternoon will provide an excellent chance for a wide ranging discussion on Slough’s cultural future and explore ways citizens and the private, public and voluntary sectors in Slough can ‘bring their own future’ to Slough’s diverse and culturally rich community.
Are you a Slough resident? Would you like to add your voice to the discussion? Places are limited (and free!) and need to be booked in advance.
More information on Bring Your Own Future at www.bringyourownfuture.net