The annual Cambridge Arts Network conference will have BSL interpreters present to make the event accessible to BSL users.
There will be interpreters in the main conference and in the workshops. If you intend to go, please tell the organisers that you’ll be requiring a BSL interpreter.
From the organisers website:
Bookings for CAN Conference 2019 are now open
Taking place Wednesday 27 February (09:00-16:30), at Anglia Ruskin Universitythe conference will explore models of collaboration and partnership for the future benefit of local audiences, community and our cultural offering.
We are working in association with Anglia Ruskin University’s School of Creative Industries, to present talks and breakout sessions from speakers representing the following organisations: Collusion; Cambridge Community Arts; CPP Marketplace; 30 Bird; Cambridgeshire Music; Kettle’s Yard; Cambridge Junction; The Library Presents.
Expect engaging discussions, opportunities to make connections over lunch and refreshments, provocations and examples of practice, art, plus a delegate pack including articles; all intended to inform and inspire.
Tickets: £6, £3.60 (students)