Arts

Sharing knowledge and experiences is key for BME arts organisations

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Collaboration with BME arts
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Creatives and voluntary sector organisations gathered for an open seminar to learn about the support and opportunities available to them in the sector.
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Creatives and voluntary sector organisations gathered for an open seminar to learn about the support and opportunities available to them in the sector.
 

Voice4Change Arts Sector event

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Arts Event
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Join us for our free BME Arts sector event to network with other groups & celebrate our new partnership with Voluntary Arts & Black & Ethnic Minority Arts (BEMA) on the 6th June 
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Are you a Black led arts or heritage organisation struggling in these merciless recessionary times? We are holding an BME arts sector event on the 6th June at the Resouce for London in Holloway Road

How important is the BAME vote to arts organisations?

By Ngoma Bishop, Voluntary Chief Officer the Black & Ethnic Minority Arts Network (BEMA)

In light of the impending General Elections in 2015 we see how extremely important our political vote will be to ensure the continuation and stability of our work. The Black and Ethnic Minority Arts Network (BEMA), also known as ‘the arts in harmony network’ is an informal alliance of individual artists, arts organisations, promoters, producers and others with an interest in improving availability of quality art to the public and of developing cultural activity as a means of promoting tolerance, equality and education. 
 
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