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Speakers from the John Hansard Gallery, Nuffield Theatre and Turner Sims concert hall will unveil their programmes for the year ahead, explaining how these were put together and highlighting events of special interest (2 x 2 hour sessions per venue, all facilitated by course co ordinator Professor Andrew Pinnock). You will be expected to attend a minimum of 6 events during the year, and to review them for assessment purposes. Where admission charges normally apply (not in the Hansard), complimentary tickets will be provided subject to availability. Sessions also delivered in Semester 1 and again involving specialist staff from all three venues will cover arts marketing, arts education and the practical application of cultural economic theory. A session on the art of reviewing will prepare you for work on their assignments. 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