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No Bounderies 2017

8 December 2016

Tue 28 – Wed 30 March 2017 
at HOME, Manchester & Hull Truck Theatre

The first wave of contributors speaking at No Boundaries has just been announced, with the mix of voices including (amongst others) Frances Morris of Tate Modern, Nikesh Shukla, author and editor of The Good Immigrant, economist Vicky Pryce, Hammad Nassar, curator of Asia Art Archive, Claire Doherty of Situations, artist and co-founder of Touretteshero Jess Thom, and Rufus Norris of the National Theatre.

The themes for the 2017 conference will explore many aspects of what has made 2016 such an unknown quantity alongside topics from within the sector that are ripe for debate. The rapid change of life this year, whether driven by politics, war, socio-economics, the environment of technology continues to permeate through society. We want to offer provocations and perspectives that enable you to take stock of what is happening now, and what might well be required in the future.

“I DON’T KNOW WHERE I’M GOING FROM HERE, BUT I PROMISE IT WONT BE BORING” David Bowie

Our early bird pricing has now finished and we have released the second wave of delegate passes. Our two previous conferences have both sold out so if you wish to attend we recommend you BOOK SOON.

More contributors will be announced over the coming months.

Many thanks
No Boundaries Team
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No Boundaries is supported by Arts Council England and the British Council as part of their commitment to convene and strengthen cultural organisations in the UK and internationally. By sharing provocative ideas from a diverse range of sources, new models, methods and collaborations will grow to shape the future of the arts.

Artist bursaries sponsored by University of Salford

Produced by HOME, Hull Truck Theatre and Hull UK 2017 City of Culture