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Social Action Lab Workshops - Creative Professional Development, They Eat Culture

  • North West
  • crafts, combined arts, dance, film, interdisciplinary arts, libraries, literature, museums, photography, music, theatre, visual arts, Other, Socially Engaged Art Practice
  • Sally Dyer sally@theyeatculture.org

Description

Join us at the Social Acton Lab, Preston and attend our workshop series designed around professional development in the community interest arts and culture industry. 

Are you interested in social action and events planning? Would you like the opportunity to develop your own project or work towards a project that is already on the move? Develop a raft of skills around creating community-focused projects 'for the social good' which utilise your passion and practice & have potential to impact globally. Through out the summer of 2019 the Social Action Lab will be delivering opportunities for skills and project development. 

With experienced workshop facilitators and limited group numbers you will have plenty of opportunity for 1 to 1 tuition to tailor the session to your own needs and interests. These are practical, interactive sessions with which you will have resources and tools to takeaway with you. 

Please see below for the list of workshop topics and facilitators - Please be aware of varying start and end times. 

Project Development in Communities - Chris Mason and Ruth Heritage  Creative Development They Eat Culture 29/4/19 - 5:30pm-7:30pm 

Diversity - Callum Hogg Wild Rumpus Production Manager  2/5/19 5-8pm

Fesitval Event Direction - David Agnew Producer and Founder of So It Is 9/5/19 6-8pm

Monitoring and Evaluation - Kirsty Rose Parker Founder and Director of the Evaluator 5-8pm 13/5/19

Funding for Creative Industries Sector - Gary Parker Director CNT Associates 5:30-7:30pm 16/5/19

Events Planning - Helen Ficorilli Producer They Eat Culture / Cloud Spotting Music and Art Fesitval 5:30-7:30pm 20/5/19

To Preston based emerging artists, students / unwaged, there is an available rate reduction. Please contact sally@theyeatculture.org to receive a bursary application form. Please email with your interest or follow the below link to book your tickets.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/social-action-lab-workshop-series-tickets-60062659030