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What Next? Brighton & Hove Zoom Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Perryman (Brighton Fringe)
16:21
Mornng all! Sarah from Brighton Fringe
Faith Dodkins (she/her)
16:42
Faith, Co-Director The Spire + freelance producer
Polly Wright
16:52
Good morning! Programme Producer, Brighton CCA
mikebarrett
16:54
Mike Brighton Uni phd student
Grace Church she/her
16:54
Morning! Grace - Brighton artist
Louise Blackwell
16:55
Louise Blackwell Co-Chair What Next and indie producer
Dominique De-Light
16:57
Dominique De-Light, freelance arts consultant, interested in applying for Chair of working groups.
Cath James South East Dance
17:06
Good Morning! Cath James Artistic Director South East Dance
Roni Guetta
17:13
Roni Guetta - Queer In Brighton
Tamsin Shasha
17:17
Tamsin Shasha, AD of Actors of Dionysus, producer, performer and writer
judystevens
17:21
Judy Stevens - Festival Director. Artist Open Houses
New Writing South
17:26
Good morning from Lesley at New Writing South. Great to be here as I usually have a clash on Thursdays so looking forward to this update on the great work that’s been done so far.
ben roberts
17:43
good morning all - ben roberts artistic director brighton cca
Laura McDermott (she/her)
17:57
Laura McDermott Creative Director Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA) - University of Sussex
Rasheed (he/him)
18:27
Rasheed Rahman, freelance arts marketing
Robert (he/him) - Brighton Fringe
18:58
Robert Batson, Development Associate - Brighton Fringe
Karin Janzon
19:08
Hi I am Kaein Janzon from Hove Civic Societyand project director for Hove Plinth
Kellie Miller
19:16
Hi All, Kellie Miller from Kellie Miller Arts and BID.
AmyG
19:49
Morning all! Amy Greenwood - Brighton Fringe. Venues and Companies Manager (takepart@brightonfringe.org)
sallyoakenfold
19:49
Sally from The Hope & Ruin & Music Venues Alliance Brighton.
Katherine Sturt-Scobie
21:22
Morning all! Katherine, General Manager of Actors of Dionysus
Brighton Fringe
21:57
Julian Caddy - CEO at Brighton Fringe
Nicky Crabb
22:32
Morning all, sorry I’m late, Nicky here from Little Green Pig and co-chair of What Next CYP sub group
Phil Bourton
23:01
Hello All, Phil from Select Security.
Nicky Crabb
24:01
nicky@littlegreenpig.org.uk
Tamsin Shasha
24:25
We would be interested Nicky - tamsin@actorsofdionysus.com and katherine@actorsofdionysus.com Thank you
Lelia Greci
24:42
Good morning. Lelia Greci, trying to keep up with the Brighton scene despite working in London. Thank you so much Louise and Marina for chairing this What Next Chapter.
Marina Norris
26:47
https://www.brightonepic.info/abcd
Marina Norris
27:03
Please see the link above to access the report
Marina Norris
28:32
Here is info on the programme management services https://brightondome.org/news_blog/the_abcd_for_cultural_recovery_launches_in_brighton_hove/
Robert (he/him) - Brighton Fringe
30:40
How many roles/spaces are available in each working group?
New Writing South
31:39
And writers, include in this question please
Sarah Perryman (Brighton Fringe)
32:00
Can you talk us through how the applications for the working groups will be assessed, and how places will be allocated, please?
Rasheed (he/him)
32:49
Which 3 of the groups will be recruited for first?
Nicky Crabb - Little Green Pig
32:56
What’s the monthly time commitment involved in being part of a working group? Will meetings initially be on zoom?
New Writing South
33:24
Thanks Louise
mikebarrett
34:25
Space to grow could work for me, I guess you will alert us when that gets recruited ?
Louise Blackwell
35:05
Specific areas of expertise we are recruiting for on each Working Group include:FundraisingAdministrationProject management and deliveryExperience of working in a political environmentEach Working Group will use the following lenses to assess ideas, programmes and actions arising from the work they do:Regional, national and international perspectivesChildren and Young PeopleTalent developmentJob creationDigitalOther sector partnershipsEnvironmental sustainabilityInclusionAdditional skills, qualities and experience needed for each Working Group include, you will need to meet at least one of these criteria to be eligible for a Working Group and ideally you meet more than one:​Enliven BrightonExperience of working creatively with Business Improvement Districts, town centres, shops, City Centre locations and/or businessesAn understanding and experience of artist commissioning programmes including digital artworksExperience of large scale projects that bring new visitors to a new locatio
Karin Janzon
35:11
why is Enliven Brighton just focused on the city Centre? What about Hove?
Robert (he/him) - Brighton Fringe
35:37
Since we're coming up on a year of lockdown measures and indoor venue closures, what's the timeline of the working groups? From recruitment to meetings to following through with an actual plan of action?
Robert (he/him) - Brighton Fringe
41:33
If there is a CRF round 3 would What Next and the separate working groups submit bids?
Robert (he/him) - Brighton Fringe
41:51
sorry, I'd turn on my mic but there a lot of seagulls outside my window.
Dominique De-Light
43:37
Can you talk a bit more about Chairs responsibilities - will they need to do admin for the meetings (sending invites/taking minutes/doing any fundraising for ideas raised?)
Rasheed (he/him)
44:45
It’s good to see a commitment to looking at all outcomes through a number of lenses, including young people and inclusion. What is in place in the structure to ensure the right people are assessing this?
Marina Norris
44:53
Here is info on Brighton pop-up shops https://www.brightonpopupshops.co.uk/get-involved
Laura McDermott (she/her)
45:36
Is there a term (length of service) for working group membership? Also is there any seed funding for activity or does it require fundraising from scratch?
Robert (he/him) - Brighton Fringe
49:43
Since one of the working groups is essentially a team of professional fundraisers, would it be better to have that group act as an advice and consultation resource for Brighton orgs that are submitting for CRF 3 and need help with their applications?
Robert (he/him) - Brighton Fringe
53:45
Sorry!
Faith Dodkins (she/her)
56:28
Think the is the group x https://www.facebook.com/groups/brightonculturalrecovery/
Louise Blackwell
56:43
Thanks for that Faith
mikebarrett
56:49
Will there be some central blog to engage with?
Grace Church she/her
58:19
In the chat I can only see the specific skills you’ve listed that you’re looking for in relation to Enliven Brighton… Are there specific skills you’re looking for for Engine Room and Creative Communities working groups?
Lelia Greci
59:37
Sorry my camera is not working, but I just wanted to say that I love that this initiative is including so many people through the 5 strands, and being so open about its processes.
Louise Blackwell
59:45
Creative Communities NetworkExperience and understanding of working in the outdoor events industryUnderstanding of small scale touring workExperience of creatively collaborating with communities and community groups outside Brighton City CentreUnderstanding of working with commercial partners in supply and maintenance contractsExperience of micro-commissioning and programming of creative spacesThe Engine RoomUnderstanding of the development needs for creative sector specifically around business and leadership supportAn understanding and experience of a variety of business models utilised in the cultural sector from sole traders/artists to charities to commercial modelsExperience of large scale projects that address cultural and creative growth focusing on skills, knowledge and innovation, with an understanding of wider learning environment from schools, to Universities and other creative hub modelsExperience of creating shared platforms to improve collaboration and or efficiency, could be either
Grace Church she/her
59:52
Thank you
New Writing South
59:56
New Writing South would be happy to do this. We have benefited from NPO funding throughout the pandemic. We have been very, very lucky!
Louise Blackwell
01:00:39
Thanks Lesley - let's chat
Sarah Perryman (Brighton Fringe)
01:04:22
Off topic, but wanted to remind everyone that registration for Brighton Fringe 2021 is now open. www.brightonfringe.org for details. Deadline is 2nd April and dates are 28th May - 27th June. Shameless plug, but a good forum to share these things!
Stuart Hedley - University of Brighton
01:05:06
Thanks Louise, Marina :)
Polly Wright
01:05:08
Thank you very much for the meeting this morning!
Sarah Perryman (Brighton Fringe)
01:05:10
Thanks everyone!
Rasheed (he/him)
01:05:14
Thanks Louise and Marina
Rebecca Hallifax
01:05:22
Thank you!
mikebarrett
01:05:22
Cheers everyone
Anne-Marie Williams
01:05:25
Thank you!
Lou Rogers
01:05:26
Free training for everyone : https://southeastdance.org.uk/professional-support/artist-development/mind-the-gap/
Tamsin Shasha
01:05:26
Marina, we’re not NPO but if are able to offer admin support we’d like to help. We did Round 1 CRF
Laura McDermott (she/her)
01:05:28
Thank you! x
Julian Caddy
01:05:29
thank you!
Faith Dodkins (she/her)
01:05:29
Thanks Marina & Louise xx
Dominique De-Light
01:05:33
Thanks - it's a great initiative and great opportunities for some
Nicky Crabb - Little Green Pig
01:05:38
Thank you
Phil Bourton
01:05:39
Thank you, great work as always,
Siobhán Nicholas
01:05:39
Siobhán from Take the Space here. I am only a second timer at What Next and just want to say a huge thank you to Louise and Marina for all the amazing work. I am so impressed
Lelia Greci
01:05:40
Cheers, bye!
Tamsin Shasha
01:05:41
Thank you!!
Marina Norris
01:06:37
And Jamie Arnell from The Pebble Trust is joining us at the next meeting.