Art School event with Carl Woodward and Steve Ball

Art School event with Carl Woodward and Steve Ball
12 April 2018 from 6-7 pm

Art School, the new company being set up to support the education sector and arts industry to work together to improve and protect arts education, has announced its next event in its year-long series focusing on bringing leaders in the arts industry and education sector together to share work, advice and recommendations on how to improve and protect arts education.

Taking place on April 12th at 6 – 7pm in London, the next Art School event will explore the forthcoming The Big Arts & Education Debate at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.

Media and Learning specialist Carl Woodward and The Rep’s Associate Director Steve Ball will discuss why they are organising event, their other work in arts education, and offer advice on how to improve and protect arts education.

Dr Steve Ball is the associate director of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. He trained as a teacher before training as an actor at the Welsh College of Music and Drama. Prior to coming to Birmingham in 1986, he founded two of the region’s leading educational theatre companies and worked as a writer and producer for BBC Education. Mr Ball has contributed to a number of journals and books, and has an MA in Arts Management and a doctorate in Arts Education. He was Executive Producer of the World Festival of Theatre for Young Audiences held in Birmingham in 2016.

Carl Woodward has an established history of working in youth theatre and education settings delivering inclusive creative learning for all ages. Over the years his writing has appeared in publications like Arts Professional, The Stage, The Big Issue, UK Theatre Magazine and The Independent. He is a lecturer in theatre at University of Chichester and teaches in media and community theatre studies.


Diorama Arts Centre
201 Drummond Street
Regents Place

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