Rachel Chinouriri in session for Selector Radio in 2019
Rachel Chinouriri in session for Selector Radio in 2019 ©

Joe Wheatley

Our online events bring together artists and creative professionals to share performance, ideas and knowledge between nations. Find out what's coming up, and catch up on our most recent events.

Coming up

Webinar – Artist mobility from the UK to the EU

Join Arts Infopoint UK and MobiCulture for a free online webinar to learn about the temporary mobility of artists and culture professionals from the UK to France. This webinar is intended for UK based sector organisations, arts companies and creative professionals to provide an overview of what has changed since the UK’s exit of the EU and how professionals can prepare for cross border work in France. The webinar will take place on 29 April at 2 PM BST, register here.

ACE 31 Producers network

ACE Producers and the British Council are pleased to host an online discussion for British producers that are interested in applying to ACE 31. A network of independent producers across Europe, ACE gives a real opportunity for UK producers to build relationships with their fellow European producers, learn about international co-production and develop their network. ACE’s Producers Liaison, Al Williams, will present information on the eligibility criteria, the selection process and give advice on which type of project you should apply with. It will then be open for you to ask questions directly to Al. Join us to find out more Thursday 22 April at 15.00. The session will take place over Zoom and last one hour, sign up here.

Net//Work Residencies - virtual exhibition

In January 2021, Digital Art Studios Belfast and Wysing Arts Centre hosted 10 artists remotely for the British Council Net//Work Residency. The four-week residency supported the artists through a programme of reflection, research, practice, skills-exchange and professional networking opportunities focused on digital artistic practices and technologies. Two online exhibitions displaying their work will run from May – June 2021. 

Catch up

In the videos below, you can catch up on our latest online events. In order of appearance: 

The Missing Pillar Talks: Heritage and Sustainable Development

The Missing Pillar Talks is a series of panel conversations about culture’s contribution to sustainable development. The first event on 29th March was hosted as part of the three-day event Heritage of Future Past, and looked to sustainable development through a heritage lens.

SXSW – Composing for film and TV

This event, delivered as part of the virtual edition of SXSW (South By South West), explores how TV music has evolved since the emergence and dominance of streaming. We’re joined by composers Michael Price and Hannah Peel, and music supervisor Ed Bailie. 

The Garden of Privatised Delights – panel discussions

In the run up to The Garden of Privatised Delights, this year’s British Pavilion exhibition for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, we present a series of online panel discussions exploring the exhibition's themes, in partnership with Sto Werkstatt.

The second in the series, ‘Can we live together?’ took place on 24 March 2021, and explored the interplays and challenges of cultural identity and history in the design process. Watch below, or catch up on the series.

A Meeting Place - online global discussions for museum and gallery professionals

Our series of recent webinars explore some of the biggest questions and challenges facing museum and gallery professionals today, from digital transformation and community engagement to decolonisation and sustainability. The webinar below, titled 'From an unsustainable past to a sustainable future', took place on 23 March 2021. Watch below or catch up on the series.

UK visa routes for artists

This captioned recording of our ‘UK visa routes for artists’ event took place in November 2020. The webinar presents a general guide to the main immigration routes for artists coming to the UK for visits or work, as were accurate at the time of the recording.