Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network Toolkits

R Hollis

Yorkshire & Humber Visual Arts Network Toolkits

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YVAN is made up of artist networks, studios, collectives,  individual artists and makers, visual arts organisations, visual arts professionals, a range of specialist associates, Higher and Further Education departments and professionals. Their aim is for Yorkshire and the Humber to be a place where the visual arts thrive through the collective strength and collaboration across the sector, founded in the creative vision of individual artists.

Toolkits are a vital part of reaching this vision. Find Documents, toolkits, resources and guides for artists and the visual arts sector on the YVAN website!

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