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What Next? Brighton & Hove Zoom Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrew Allen
25:43
Michelle Donkin - Ironclad Creative / Cast Iron / Reading Fringe Festival
Faith Dodkins (she/her)
25:46
Faith Dodkins The Spire + Freelance producer
Katie Brownings
25:46
Katie Brownings New Venture Theatre
Sarah Perryman
25:48
Sarah Perryman, Brighton Fringe
Steve Duncan-Rice
25:48
hi everyone, my name is Steve Duncan-Rice, I am Equity’s South East of England Organiser
El Ward
25:52
Eleanor Ward, Freelance Creative Producer & Producer @ The Rose Hill
Pip
25:56
Pip Sayers - South East Dance
Branwen
25:57
Branwen BHCC Arts Manager
Andrew Comben
25:58
Andrew Comben, Chair ACIC & CEO Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival
Paulie Musselwhite
25:59
Paul Musselwhite -Komedia
Ali Braithwaite
26:00
Ali Braithwaite Brighton fringe trustee
Moosie Azim
26:02
Moose Recovery College and Eastside Print , Photographer :)
Nina Emett
26:03
Nina Emett from FotoDocument
Karen Poley
26:04
Karen Poley - Artistic Director KP Projects CIC (The Living Coast Undersea Experience & The Bicycle Ballet Co)
Julian Caddy
26:06
Julian Caddy- Brighton Fringe
Marina Norris
26:06
Marina Norris, Co-Chair, What Next, ED at Brighton People’s Theatre
Carole Shaw
26:14
Carole Shaw, London. Comedian. Performed in 2 B'ton Fringes inc last Oct.
Ross Dinwiddy
26:20
Hi All, Ross and Rich from Blue Devil Productions.
Julian Caddy
26:21
Robert Batson- Brighton Fringe
Adrian Bristow
26:41
Adrian Bristow, Brighton Spiegeltent and Beach Without Sand
Jane
26:48
Jane McMorrow - Director Creative Future, Co Chair Arts Health & Wellbeing Group. Hi Everyone.
esternatzijl
27:11
Ester Natzijl from Ester Natzijl Projects. Artistic director of Multi disciplinary theatre specialised in Puppetry and Dance
Shaun - All Saints Church
27:17
Hi all, Shaun from All Saints Church, Hove :)
Latest TV
27:20
Angi Mariani, Latest TV
Polly Wright
27:22
Polly Wright, Programme Producer, Brighton CCA - hello!
Roger Kay
27:25
Roger Kay, Rialto Theatre
Ben Price (he/him)
27:30
Good morning everyone. Ben Price, Freelance Arts Producer
jackie
27:42
Hello - Jackie Alexander, Creative Learning Manager Theatre Royal Brighton
Rachel Carter
27:45
RACHEL Carter from Future Creators. great to be here!
Nicky Crabb
27:58
Morning all. Nicky Crabb, Director Little Green Pig and Co-chair What Next CYP group next meeting Wednesday 10th February at 12 noon email me if interested nicky@littlegreenpig.org.uk
Laura McD ACCA (she/her)
27:59
Laura McDermott - Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts - University of Sussex
Barbara
28:13
Barbara Stanton from Exchange Events
Sophie
28:33
Hi all. Sophie from Rancing (running & dancing) Brighton
Nicky
29:00
Morning all, Nicola Haydn, Artistic Director Otherplace Brighton
Ivan Thorley
29:39
Ivan Thorley- Puppets with Guts (Outdoor Arts, Engagement & Performance company)
Amy G - Brighton Fringe
30:18
Amy Greenwood - Brighton Fringe (Venues & Companies Manager) takepart@brightonfringe.org
Jane
32:57
If you are interested in the Anti Racism Training run by Equality Academy do drop me a line jane@creativefuture.org.uk
Rachel Carter
33:16
RACHEL.carter@brightondome.org please do get in touch if you want to know more
Marina Norris
46:02
We’ll share the slides in the next What Next newsletter.
Adam Joolia
53:18
yes please louise
Nicky Crabb
53:41
How do you get involved in a working group?
Nicky
56:50
Can you give a little bit more detail about the HE organisations you are talking to and what you are looking at doing with them?
Faith Dodkins (she/her)
57:05
Yes, totally agree with Adam. Thanks for being so thorough and open with the process
Robert B - Brighton Fringe
58:52
Are you able to give a bit more detail about your fundraising strategy after the working groups have been established?
mikebarrett
59:44
University of brighton could do so much more for brighton with its skills and resources
Lizh
01:00:14
How does this plan link in and work with other similar plans for recovery across the country?
Ian Baird
01:00:16
Totally agree Mike. It has to be more integrated with the industires
Robert B - Brighton Fringe
01:01:22
Also re: the guaranteed artist income strand, do you have any equity policies in place to ensure that artist recruitment is inclusive and reaching artists who might have been excluded by previous initiatives in the city?
Karen Poley
01:02:10
Are there possibilities for working in partnership with working groups? Or pitching ideas for example
mikebarrett
01:02:16
Im happy to make a nuisance of myself with my connections into the uni
Marina Norris
01:06:12
Thank you Mike.
Ivan Thorley
01:06:45
Will there be a survey or scoping exercise with local individuals and companies about what their need and can offer... a cultural database of sorts to contribute towards the greater brighton recovery plan?
Faynia Williams
01:07:59
fundraising for the City is a clear idea. Just wondered not about projects but buildings v people….both I imagine but you speak a little about this. Thinking freelancers
mikebarrett
01:08:27
Re inclusion, neuordiverse artists tend to struggle with online application forms
Faynia Williams
01:08:28
should say can you speak please!
Alison
01:09:37
Do you envisage the working groups having volunteer participation
Veronica Slater
01:11:06
apologies for late arrival - last meeting overran
Branwen
01:11:26
cultureinourcity.com you can upload your own ideas projects opps on the site
Nicky Crabb
01:11:43
How do you envisage the lenses working within the strands?
Julian Caddy
01:13:25
There is a lot of big picture here, which is of course vitally important, but at the same time we are all living and surviving on a day to day and planning real projects this half of the year. Do we not need to help the existing, already planned projects (such as Brighton Fringe, Artists Open Houses and others) to run successfully and support their communities within their already established networks? Maybe this can be included in a strand. I’m worried that too much funding goes towards too many big picture conversations.
Jessica Cheetham - Spun Glass Theatre
01:13:34
This is all amazing and really inspiring - thank you all. All these schemes sound great and very needed. I think as well (but this might be a slight paradox to suggest!) that while formal networking and connections are much needed, it would also be good to have a welcoming space when we are able to be indoors together again where people can drop in for a cup of tea and know it’s a bit of a creative cultural hub for the city where you might see one another and have very important informal chats. Maybe somewhere that is welcoming for freelancers to work on laptops and cheap hot drinks!
Latest TV
01:14:20
Agree with Julian Caddy - we need to link with creative organisations and businesses already working in the city so there are more explicit links with these new projects so we can achieve growth for these
Adam Joolia
01:16:59
I've seen 'Greater Brighton' mentioned in some of the literature & Ian also mentioned Crawley. To what extent is Greater Brighton intended to benefit from this plan?
Robert B - Brighton Fringe
01:17:00
Definitely agree with Jessica, when indoor spaces are open to the public again a space like that would make a massive difference.
Karen Poley
01:17:07
Also agree with Julian, its already so hard to fundraise for projects here
Lizh
01:17:32
Thank you everyone - great plan. Sorry I have to go - another zoom....
El Ward
01:18:50
I’m with Jessica and Robert B as well - that would be a great asset to the city and the creative sector
Anne-Marie Williams
01:18:55
Agree with Julian … there are existing networks that have access to huge numbers or creatives. I think it’s important that when thinking about generating culture for the future we have to ensure that it’s not too restricted to some specific artistic tastes.
Laura McD ACCA (she/her)
01:20:16
I don’t think this is answerable right now but re: Ian’s point that this is recovery not strategy - we need to consider relationship between these two and when one morphs into the other!
Latest TV
01:21:10
Have to leave now, but we need to fund Brighton Fringe, Artists Open Houses, a repertory company for the city and actual arts activity - and to ensure the new projects don’t supersede the wealth of arts we have in the city. All best
Latest TV
01:21:26
Julian has said it in a nutshell
Cath
01:21:28
Thanks so much - really great work, and absolutely happy to support and be a part of this recovery programme.Sorry I have to go to another Zoom.
charlottespencer
01:25:18
I know that we’re out of time, but… ACE Project Grants have had very little uplift to their budgets and none of the Cultural Recovery Funds have been allocated that way. Success rates are down to 10 - 20% (and lower on develop your creative practice) is there a way that this network ACE to uplift budgets for Project Grants? This is how to get money to artists and freelancers - otherwise many many artists will disappear in the immediate future.
Karen Poley
01:25:49
Great conversation, gotta go though. Can we talk about it all again?
Nicky Crabb
01:26:02
Thanks for all your amazing work on this, once again I feel lucky to live and work in this city!
Laura Williams
01:26:19
huge well done everyone!
Julian Caddy
01:26:19
thank you all!
charlottespencer
01:26:22
Thank you Marina, Louise, Andrew and Iain for all of your work
Nina Emett
01:26:22
Thank you - would love to get involved more
Anne-Marie Williams
01:26:29
Thank you for everything you have done.
Tristan Sharps
01:26:31
Thanks so much - good discussion and great to see how this plan is moving on and still embracing debate - thanks for all the work on this
Katie Brownings
01:26:40
thank you
Jessica Cheetham - Spun Glass Theatre
01:26:42
chime in with what Charlotte said - match funding for ACE project grants??
Laura McD ACCA (she/her)
01:26:46
THANK YOU for such brilliant ongoing inclusive work developing this
Lelia Greci
01:26:51
thank you so much for this wonderful piece of work. I can't wait to hear more about its developments.
jackie
01:26:52
Brilliant work - this is exciting! Thankyou for all that you have done so far - onwards!
judystevens
01:26:53
Thanks everyone
Moosie Azim
01:26:53
thank you - a bit mind boggling but such good work
El Ward
01:26:53
Thank you all - this is great for the city and wider area. Look forward to getting involved
Nicky
01:26:54
thank you got to go...
Faith Dodkins (she/her)
01:26:54
Thanks all x
Jessica Cheetham - Spun Glass Theatre
01:26:54
Thanks everyone - really looking forward to the future!
Tanya Ashdown
01:26:54
Thank you
Ali Braithwaite
01:27:05
Thanks so much for your brilliant work everyone!
Branwen
01:27:07
public art strategy link on culture in our city
Jane
01:27:08
Thanks everyone
Sarah Johnson
01:27:09
Thank you
graceemilychurch@gmail.com
01:27:28
I just wanted to respond to Julian's point about focusing on the existing projects. I would agree that it's important at this critical moment however we desperately need bigger picture conversations to reflect on the models and projects that existed before and reflect on to what extent they functioned for artists financially and in terms of inclusivity and accessibility!
Mill Goble
01:27:28
thanks all, my first time in one of these meetings and great to hear about everything that’s being done and talked about :)
Veronica Slater
01:27:31
please keep me posted on future meetings and events slater.veronica@gmail.com