NAFAE AGM 2012
This year's AGM and forum is taking place on Friday 30th March at Square One, The Hub, Coventry University.
The afternoon event will be a Round Table discussion about the status of the contemporary art prize, a collaboration between LPG and the Marmite Prize for Painting.
Please find links at the bottom of the page to download the itinerary for the day, directions, suggested accomodation, and information about the afternoons Round Table event, as well as nomination papers for the posts of secretary and treasurer. There will be refreshments provided in the morning on arrival. Lunch will be from 1-2.30pm at the Herbert Café. If you are intending to attend all or part of the day please email Andy at email@example.com, indicating whether you would like lunch as we need to reserve tables in advance.
There is not a formal booking procedure, but it would be helpful if you could let us know if you are expecting to attend the AGM and Round Table event. You do not have to be a member of NAFAE to attend and the event is free to NAFAE members. If you are not sure if you are up to date with your membership please email Andy.
For those interested there is an event on the Thursday evening: Bruit de fond - Night of experimentalaudio visual chaos. This is taking place in the LPG gallery 8pm - 10pm.
We look forward to seeing you in Coventry
Andrew Sheridan, NAFAE administrator and Sue Spark, NAFAE Secretary
11.00am Coffee and convene
11.15 – 12.45pm AGM
- Minutes AGM 2011
- Chairs report - Helen Woodhouse/Paul Haywood
- Treasurers report - Joe Woodhouse
- Secretary's report - Sue Spark
- JVAP - Chris Smith
- Nominations for Treasurer and Secretary
1 – 2.30pm Lunch at The Herbert Cafe/ Gallery and visit to LGP (Lanchester Gallery Projects) to view the Jerwood Drawing Prize
2.30 – 4pm Round table
While CSAD host The Jerwood Drawing Prize, LGP are collaborating with The Marmite Prize for Painting to host a discussion about the status of the contemporary art prize.
‘Given the present proliferation of the art prize (perhaps not unrelated to recessionary budgeting), can it retain its prestige and currency as valorisation? In fact, has the art prize ever brought anything new, in terms of art and artists, into the mainstream of the art world, or does it just function to valorise existing hierarchies and trends?'
- Marmite Prize for Painting
- Angela Samata Project Manager, The John Moores Contemporary Painting prize.
- Graham Crawley, Artist
see attached campus map and travel information
Square One, The Hub, Coventry University, Jordan Well, Coventry CV1 5QT.
For more information about the Round Table Event please contact Sadie Kerr, Research Assistant, LGP, The Hub, Jordan Well, Coventry, CV1 5QT 07779962043, Sadie.Kerr@coventry.ac.uk http://lanchestergalleryprojects.org.uk/index.php?/about/
- AGM Itinerary
- Nomination form for treasurer
- Nomination form for secretary
- Bruit de font
- Travel and Accommodation