February 19, 2015

What’s it worth?

People United’s Co-Director Tom Andrews will be on the panel of a public debate, about the social value of the arts, being broadcast live by BBC Radio Kent on Friday 27 February from 9-10am at the Gulbenkian Canterbury. The panel will also consist of Laura Dyer, Executive Director, Arts Council England, Steph Fuller, Creative Enabler, Ideas Test and Robin Simpson, Chief Executive, Voluntary Arts.

This event is being presented by Ideas Test who aim to increase arts participation for everyone in Swale and Medway by supporting the growth of creativity, invention and imagination, in partnership with What Next? a movement bringing together arts and cultural organisations from across the UK, to articulate and strengthen the role of culture in our society, and BBC Radio Kent.

What’s it worth? is part of Get Creative, a year-long BBC campaign to encourage more people to take part in arts and culture.

You too can get involved and make a case for the arts:

Attend the debate for free – register by Wednesday 25 February

Listen to the debate live on BBC Radio Kent

Join in the conversation on Twitter
#BBCGetCreative
@BBCGet Creative
@BBCRadioKent
@IdeasTest
@people_united

Friday 27th February 2015
Time: 9 – 10am
Venue: Gulbenkian, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NB

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