FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions from Future Creatives
24 March 2022
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Thursday 24th March 7-9pm
Bricks, St Anne's House, BS4 4AB
You can book your place - HERE
Are you a young person wanting to learn more about careers in the arts?
FAQ is relaxed and open dialogue for Bristol's young creatives, offering a unique opportunity to ask questions to some of the city's leading creative professionals about their journey in the arts.
Jessie Edwards Thomas - Photographer and Lecturer in Photography at UWE
Abi Bayliss - Artist, Illustrator and Arts Facilitator
Jenny Male - Co-Director of Caraboo Projects and Operations Director at Play:Disrupt
Georgia Bate - Bricks Engagement Producer
Amanda Lowery - Head of Faculty for the Creative Central at SGS
We'd like to collect your questions beforehand, to provide an alternative to asking questions in the room and to let our panel guests prepare their answers. On booking you will be sent a link to an online form to submit you questions
A number of tickets are reserved for young people local to the St Annes/Brislington area. You can select this option when booking.
FAQ is hosted by Bricks at St Anne's House, St Annes, Brislington, BS4 4AB, Bristol.
You can find information about how to find and travel to Bricks HERE
You can find information about accessibility at Bricks HERE
This event will be held in the Red Room on the ground floor of St Anne's House.
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