Tribe of Doris networking event at Bristol’s Trinity Centre


30 October 2017




The Tribe of Doris’ Diversity Arts Network event will take place in Bristol next week and booking tickets early is advised.

The event will take place at the city’s Trinity Centre on Tuesday, November 7th from 9.30am to 12.30pm. Formed in Bristol 25 years ago Tribe of Doris champion cultural events involving music, dance and ceremony while also celebrating diversity.

Created to be a fun-filled morning of speakers, music, discussion, prize draws and networking opportunities, the event is aimed at artists and arts organisations from across the city featuring discussions on various topics relevant to the arts and also a chance to have your say in ‘Speaker’s Corner’ slots.

The topics to be covered will be arts and health – social prescribing, refugee arts in Bristol, DAN development and the progress of diversity in the city.

The Speaker’s Corner sessions – which will have a time limit of 90 seconds – will allow attendees to promote their own project and events and, if needed find collaborators.

When the events programme has concluded there will be a networking lunch from 12.30, bring your own or enough to share.

For tickets to the day, which cost £5.90, click here. There will be limited parking on site, but plenty of pay and display options in the surrounding streets.

Contact for more information if required.

Event address: Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol, BS1 0NW.

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