#BowSkillsLab Talk & Seminar: Introduction to Working Internationally (with British Council & Sinta Tantra)

2 Nov 2015

Event times

6:30pm - 9:15pm

Cost of entry

Tickets from £6-£12

Save Event: #BowSkillsLab Talk & Seminar: Introduction to Working Internationally (with British Council & Sinta Tantra)

I've seen this

People who have saved this event:


Bow Arts Trust

United Kingdom, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Bow Church (DLR), Bow Road (District Line)
Directions via Google Maps Directions via Citymapper
Event map

Talk and Seminar for those working in Visual Arts, Design & Fashion led by Bow Arts, British Council and Sinta Tantra offering a guide on how to work internationally, and international opportunities available to artists.


Bow PowWow Part 1: Talk - Introduction to International Opportunities for Artists and Designers with British Council
2nd November, 6.30 – 7.30pm, The Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts

As part of the Bow Skills Lab programme, this is an opportunity to find out more about what British Council do and the international landscape for those working in Visual Arts, Fashion and Design including fellowships, Artists' International Development Fund and work opportunities.

We will be joined by João Guarantani, Senior Programme Manager, Architecture Design Fashion, British Council and Katrina Schwarz, Curator, Visual Arts, British Council (biographies below)

Join us to find out more about:

  • British Council, an overview of current activities in Visual Arts + Architecture, Design and Fashion
  • Overview of our international work (including exhibitions, exchanges and fellowships)  
  • Artists' International Development Fund
  • Top tips for potential applicants/ working internationally
  • Q&A

This is immediately followed by:

Bow PowWow Part 2: Seminar How to Work Internationally as an Artist with Sinta Tantra
Monday 2nd November 7.45– 9.15pm, next door in the Bow Arts Courtyard Rooms

The seminar will include an introduction to the artist's experience of working internationally, including applying for the Artists' International Development Fund, with opportunties to reflect on your own practice.

At the end of the seminar you will:

  • have reflected on your own practice and looked at ways to establish international links and partnerships
  • have examined how to maintain international links and how to extend those links back into the UK
  • have more of an understanding of applying for the Artists' International Development Fund

Click here to book tickets
For full biographies of speakers please click here PDF (272KB)

Taking part


Have you been to this event? Share your insights and give it a review below.