Learn how to set up a Community Interest Company
10th February 2013
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On Thursday 21st February Nicola Briggs, co-founder and director of Birmingham based Quench Arts, is coming to Kidderminster to tell us how they have developed their company to where it is now.

Nicola has 6 years experience of managing and coordinating community arts projects across the formal and informal education sector, health and wellbeing settings and with a focus on community cohesion and professional development. She has been instrumental in developing volunteering programmes and supporting emerging artists.

This presentation is at Kidderminster Library Gallery, Market Street, Kidderminster DY10 1AB.

Thursday 21st February 6.30 - 7.30pm- FREE


This presentation will last around half an hour followed by a Q and A Session. You are then invited by KAF Creatives to an informal get together in the Boars Head Gallery in Worcester Street.

You dont have to be an arts organisation to attend this event.

This event has been brought to you by KAF Creatives and the Wyre Forest District Council

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