We may be on an island but we are European and world citizens and recent world events prove we can’t build walls and pretend the world is not out there and that it doesn’t influence us. Maintaining links, building partnerships and sharing learning is important to our mission. We want to go beyond national and international borders. We can learn from others’ experiences and share our own perspectives.

Since 2005, together with our northern touring partners, we have had an excellent partnership with the Atlantic Presenters Association in Maritime Canada.

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Lyndsey speaking at the Atlantic Presenters Conference in Canada, 2019
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Stephanie Moran-Robert, Blindside at The Harris Museum in Preston

We are also members of Arts in Rural European Areas, and Director Sue Robinson sits on the Executive Board.

AREA is an active network that promotes contemporary arts practices in rural and thinly populated European areas. It creates exchanges of experiences, researches working methods, collects data and resources and stimulates advocacy on a local, regional, national and European level. AREA includes all disciplines. Members of AREA are artists, creators, organisers, policymakers and scientists. To find out more get in touch with Sue or join via the website.

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