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Libraries Week is an annual showcase and celebration of the best that libraries have to offer. Taking place between the 4th and 10th October, Libraries week 2021 will be celebrating the nation’s much-loved libraries and the central role that libraries play in their community as a driver for inclusion, sustainability, social mobility and community cohesion.
The Touring Arts In Libraries (TAIL) project is all about boosting the ambition of libraries to deliver a programme of touring work. We know taking arts into these open, friendly, public spaces is both positive and inspiring not just for those communities but also for library staff, and artists.
We want to promote Rural Touring arts activities in libraries by sharing your events with our project partners, forum members and followers.
So don’t hesitate to email Jess Huffman TAIL project manager on firstname.lastname@example.org with links and details of what you’re up to. Let us help you to shout about it!
What else is the TAIL project doing for Libraries week?
Our monthly mail out will highlight the latest project news and opportunities for libraries, schemes and artists. Including touring shows, new library specific commissions, Go See Grants, and artists workshops.
On Monday 11th October as part of our Mechanics: Online Rural Touring Workshops for Artists, we’ll be running an interactive session that will include feedback from artists with library touring experience and a chance to pitch your own creative ideas.
To join us or find out more about the Mechanics Workshops programme go to: https://www.ruraltouring.org/rural-touring-mechanics-october-2021/
For more information on Libraries week go to: http://librariesweek.org.uk/
Keep up to date by following @librariesweek and share your plans at #LibrariesWeek.
For more information on the NRTF’s Touring Arts in Libraries (TAIL) project go to: https://www.ruraltouring.org/project/touring-arts-in-libraries-tail-project/