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EEA had various plans for our 40th some of which have had to be shelved. However we are adapting well. But what comes after lockdown? EEA organised our first ever webinar on Wednesday 13 May at 4pm. Chaired by renowned cultural commentator Francois Matarasso, 5 speakers shared their perspectives & thoughts on how the outdoor & community arts sector might navigate its way out of the lockdown. What impact can we have now, in the next few months, and further ahead into the future.
Francois Matarasso (chair) https://arestlessart.com/home/francois-matarasso/
Jeanefer Jean-Charles (artist, creative producer) http://www.jeanefer.com/
Jens Frimann – So Festival (and others) https://jensfrimann.com/
Chris Tofu MBE - Continental Drifts https://djchristofu.com/
Maggie Clark - Xtrax https://xtrax.org.uk/about/team-and-board/maggie-clarke/
Daniel Bernstein - Emergency Exit Arts https://eea.org.uk/about/team/daniel-bernstein
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