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co|Create

The artists we work with are pioneering new ways of reaching out to, and working with, individuals and communities to empower them through creativity to change their lives and perspectives. To facilitate artists to do this ground breaking work, and continually innovate their practice, our co|Create programme provides structured support in the form of:

  • training courses for both new and emerging socially engaged artists
  • Creative Conversations bringing together leading thinkers and practitioners to reflect upon emerging issues and debates, and share ideas
  • creative networking events to share inspiration and provide peer support.

Events coming up include:

Imaginative Interventions in Publics Spaces: An International Residency delivered by Mammalian Diving Reflex 4-5th August 2015

Spaces Limited 

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Internationally acclaimed Canadian company Mammalian Diving Reflex leads a two-day workshop unpacking an innovative approach to engaging with the public in a playful, provocative way that opens up dialogue and transforms social dynamics. Participants will gain practical experience of using the revolutionary Mammalian method of creative collaboration with the public known as “social acupuncture”.

For more information or to book your ticket click here.

Creative Facilitation Skills: Friday 18 September 2015

This one-day course led by experienced practitioners of socially engaged art covers the core skills needed to work as a facilitator. It looks at: the process of co-creation, planning, creative activities, respecting sensitivities, group dynamics and boundaries. Suitable for artists who are thinking about venturing into participatory work or want to consolidate their workshop skills, as well as care and social sector staff who want to learn how to facilitate creative groups.

For more information, contact kate@creativityworks.org.uk

To book your ticket click here

 

The Art of Fundraising workshop: morning of Wednesday 23 September 2015

A half day workshop led by professional fundraiser Jo Byron, supported by Ruth Kapadia from Arts Council England, and Rebecca Swindell, an artist with experience of fundraising, looks at: sources of funding for creative projects, how to research funding opportunities, how to tell your story, and how to pitch and write successful fundraising bids. A good course to do if you have a project idea you want to see funded.

For more information, contact kate@creativityworks.org.uk

To book your ticket click here

 

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