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Chrysalis Arts in collaboration with MIRIAD at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) present a seminar about how artists and commissioners can begin to address the ecological and sustainability issues associated with climate change through their professional practice. With:Â Inspirational speakers â€“ PASA case studies â€“ Group discussions
Seminar â€“ April 15th 2011 â€“ 10am to 4.30pm â€“ Manchester Metropolitan University, Sandra Burslem Building SB 2.10
Information & programme:Â www.pasaguidelines.org
Bookings: chrysalis [at] artdepot [dot] org [dot] uk 01756 749222 â€“ Directions:www.mmu.ac.uk/travel/allsaints
MMU staff and students â€“ free ; Freelance practitioners Â£12 ; Organisations Â£30
Supported by MMU, MIRIAD, Chrysalis Arts Development, Arts Council England, Lottery Funded.
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