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Feb 26

Risks, Rights & Reputations: challenging a risk averse culture – 26 February 2018, Home Manchester

February 26, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm

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Organiser: Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy

Event: Risks, Rights & Reputations: challenging a risk averse culture – 26 February 2018, Home Manchester
Start Date: 26 Feb 2018 12:30 pm
End Date: 26 Feb 2018 5:30 pm
Venue: HOME

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Risks, Rights and Reputations is led by Index on Censorship in partnership with What Next? and Cause4.

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This vital half day training for CEOs and Chairs of Trustees supports arts and cultural organisations to handle difficult subjects and sensitive stories to deliver the best work possible. 

Navigating the rights and responsibilities of art that explores socially sensitive work can appear daunting, risky and time-consuming; the prospect of controversy, protest, police intervention and possible closure or cancellation because the work is provocative, or the funder is controversial, can be powerful disincentives. And yet great art has always fuelled controversy, and experimentation and risk taking are integral to achieving excellent, relevant art.

“In recent years there have been an increasing number of high-profile cases raising ethical and censorship issues around plays, exhibitions and other artworks. Censorship – and self-censorship – can stand in the way of great art. That’s why Arts Council England is committed to supporting those organisations who are taking creative risks. It’s important such organisations are aware of relevant legislation and the excellent guidance that exists as well as, crucially, being supported by colleagues across the sector in similar situations. This programme is an important step in ensuring that our sector can continue to create vital, challenging, and risk-taking work.” 

Sir Nick Serota – Chair of Arts Council England.

The training will support participants to:

  • Deepen understanding of the legal and rights framework supporting artistic freedom in the UK
  • Explore the impact on freedom of expression of BME artists of recent controversies in the arts
  • Explore the dilemmas thrown up by ethical fundraising
  • Support organisations to understand when and how to build a relationship with the police in relation to controversial work

We are delighted that Dave Moutrey (CEO of Home) and Jonty Claypole (Chair of Home) will be hosting the session and your trainers for the afternoon will be:

  • Julia Farrington – Freedom of expression specialist from Index on Censorship
  • Helen Jenkins – Fundraising consultant from Cause4
  • Raheel Mohammed – Founder and Director from Maslaha
  • A member of the Public Order and Public Safety training team from the College of Policing

 

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