VisualiSE is a programme for visual arts workers in the South East as they navigate out of the pandemic and forge a more equitable and sustainable future.

The programme supports the professional development of workers in the visual arts sector, and aims to provide a space to share and discuss sustainable practice and a chance to collaborate with others facing similar challenges.

We are engaging freelance contributors throughout the programme, particularly targeting groups who face barriers to participation in the sector. VisualiSE includes an equity and social justice forum (Cultural Equity Forum), a series of livestreams (Open Source), and Spotlight bursaries for people to share their personal case studies.

We are pleased to partner with many of our network and steering group artists for this programme, and we hope to further develop visibility and resources across areas of the South East region that are often overlooked.

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VisualiSE is funded by Arts Council England.

A series of open digital forums for art workers on cultural equity and social justice.

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A series of livestream events addressing key issues impacting the arts sector.

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Ten artists/freelance art workers share personal insights into a topic affecting the visual arts.

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