Tagged with professional development

Opportunity: Write West – a new writing prize in the south west, Papatango Theatre Company

Papatango have recently launched a programme of new writing in the South-West running until spring 2020, and it’s all completely free to participants and more details can be found on this link https://papatango.co.uk/writewest/ Working with partners including Literature Works South West, Salisbury Playhouse, Theatre Royal Plymouth and Arts Council South-West, and supported by Bristol Old Vic and … Continue reading

Networking: Truth-Dare-Art Social Practice Forum

Chapel Art Studios is running a CPD forum/training opportunity for artists, arts educators and museum and gallery educators. It is a two day event which is aimed to enrich and inform the work of all arts connected professionals, focusing on work with young people. It particularly addresses how to practically approach issues of social action. … Continue reading

Networking: Music Industry Day

Meet professionals with different stories to tell including Sanj Surati, a creative producer and digital music expert, Bob Heath, a music therapist, accomplished community musician working across the UK and internationally, and Louise Victoria, lead singer and founder member of Bristol-based band We Are Leif. Plus you will be able to learn about behind the scenes of a professional … Continue reading

Funding: Wiltshire Music Connect Development Fund

Funding: Wiltshire Music Connect Development Fund

This fund is to help you meet the cost of trying something new or extending your existing music provision, skills and experience. We can support Participatory activity or projects for children / young people Professional development / training (CPD) for professional music leaders / teachers Who can apply? Organisations and schools can apply for up … Continue reading

Networking: co|Create / Fresh Art@ Bath – a 5 year arts, health and heritage project

This free session is an opportunity to hear from partnership staff, project artists and participants about their experience and how this project supports mental health, wellbeing and reduces social isolation. We’ll also be experimenting with some creative collage techniques from the current exhibition. This session is aimed at socially engaged artists and anyone with an … Continue reading