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Making Creative Connections at QUAD

23 Jun 2022
Creative Connections
Image credit: Image by Joe Westley, from the Fringe of Failure, February 2022

Making Creative Connections at QUAD
23 June, 6:30-8:30pm FREE

QUAD Gallery and Participation Space

Another laid-back evening of hands-on, low-pressure, collaborative activities
delivered by early-career creatives.

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Organised by No Jobs in the Arts, supported by QUAD.

Once again, we’re inviting creatives, all with different mindsets, to spend an evening making
and chatting in QUAD. The collaborative event will host a blend of drop-in style workshop
activities, all delivered by early-career creatives. Join us to feel more connected to your
creative community, inspired to collaborate, and creatively re-charged.

Workshops will be delivered by Sonia Burns, Roo Dhissou, Morel O'Sullivan, and Amy
Vallance. The event is free, all are welcome to drop in and out. Food and refreshments will
be provided, including a jacket potato buffet served with a selection of vegan fillings.

Accessibility: QUAD is a fully accessible building, with an automatic front door (push button),
a lift to the upper floors and accessible toilets on every floor. For more information, please click here.

For any more information about the event, please contact No Jobs in the Arts by email
( ), on Instagram (@nojobsinthearts) or by phone

A Big House Event supported by Real Creative Futures Digital.
Jobs in the Arts create opportunities that support early-career Creatives, working in the visual arts, linked to the East Midlands. Issue #6 of No Jobs in the Arts’ zine will launch in April 2022, guest curated by Chloe Willis, and produced in collaboration with Primary, Derby QUAD, & Modern Painters New Decorators.  / @nojobsinthearts

The Big House offers fully-funded business support, mentoring, workshops, networking events, access to grants for creative and digital businesses in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. This project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2014 – 2021