Feral Business Network presents
Thu 14 February // 18:00
Tickets: Delegates: £25 Festival ticket, covers all festival events
RADMIN - What can artists do for business?
At a time where the legitimacy of 'business as usual' has been called spectacularly into doubt, new thinking and practice around how we do business is urgently sought. Open to individuals and collectives, artists, producers, administrators and creative organisations, we will gather at RADMIN, Britain's first Festival of Administration, to erase, ghost-write and re-file, over three days of receptions, discussions, dinners, provocations and office parties.
RADMIN Gala Dinner 'The shares; A meal'. Hosted by The Viriconium Palace
AT: Arts Mansion, Ashton Court, Bristol / 1800 – 2230
A specially laid on meal with drinks, talks and toasts. Featuring a wild constellation of dinner speakers from administration, trade and maintenance
PLEASE NOTE – This event is not at The Cube Cinema
RADMIN is a summit in which we will reconsider the 'dull' spaces of administration, managing, trading and maintenance, not as a set of largely hostile impediments which invade or co-opt arts practice but as sites for critical and creative enquiry, radical histories, experiments, politics, wild imaginaries and meaningful work.
The festival runs over three days and nights, with a festival ticket that provides access to all the events and some indvivdual tickets for Friday night's Office Party and Saturday's RADMIN activities.
With: 3 Stages of Succession, The Ad Hoc Collective, Centre for Plausible Economies, Common Wallet, Company Drinks, Cube Cinema, CUPS (Creative University Professional Services), Different Space, Drawing Exchange, Feral Trade, FoAM, The Incidental Unit, Institute for Experiments with Business, IRATIONAL.ORG, Legal Eagles, Polar Produce, Port O' Bristol, Plumbmaid, Richard Youngs, The School for Organizing, Trade Show, UWE Business School, The Viriconium Palace AND OTHERS.
Festival tickets include entry to all the below activities: