National Association for Ceramic Educators Discussion
The National Association for Ceramic Educators (NACE) are hosting an afternoon of facilitated discussion to shape this new organisation. We are calling for people invested in and passionate about ceramics education to co-create an organisation that is fit for everyone and amplifies the community voice. From these discussions, we aim to form a plan of action and highlight a committee of leaders who will facilitate this process.
The open discussion will take place online, 2-5pm, October 14th, 2020.
We will facilitate small discussion groups (4 – 6), which will enable everyone to contribute and be heard.
14:00 – 14:20 Welcome and introduction to NACE
14:20 – 14:30 Networking
14:30 – 16:00 Break out Themed Group Discussions
16.00 – 16:30 Discussion facilitators share points raised and key actions.
If you would be interested in helping to facilitate discussions or want to be more involved, please get in touch: email@example.com
If for any case you can’t join us, please cancel your booking and we can release your ticket to a member of our reserve list. On the occasion that the event reaches full capacity, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put you on a reserve list.
This event comes to you through the cooperation of: Helen Felcey, Tony Quinn, Natasha Mayo, Edward Austin, Cj O’Neill and Barney Hare Duke.
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