The daily routines of freelancers and self-managed groups of creatives are varied and the experience of 'living' and 'working' can get blurred. Negotiating, managing on unpredictable incomes, dealing with deadlines, planning workshops sessions and promotion?
How do you manage the stress this creates?
You will be given an introduction to a range of skills to help you be more energised, calm and responsive and to build your resilience
What do Dance Scientists do all day?
Ali Golding has been a professional choreographer for over 25 years, now a dance scientist leading research in how movement improves cognitive development, with a focus on early years and special educational needs.
Ali will be talking about her journey from Dance Theatre to Dance Scientist, how she came about forming her organisation MovementWorks...
Sustaining a career in the dramatic arts is notoriously precarious, however Rebecca is a successful actress, senior lecturer and Dramatherapist.
With insights into the opportunities available to performers working in arts therapy and education today and to inspire you not to give up on your craft.
Perfect for performers and artists alike working on their own projects and also developing their practice in a health or educational setting.
Arts, Education and Emotional Well-being with LEAN Arts
Join Jane Hendrie and Elizabeth Murton, Lewisham Education and Arts Network (LEAN), will be discussing SPARC: an arts and resilience community of practice in Lewisham, funded by Lewisham HeadStart.
Courttia Newland talks candidly about his personal journey as a writer followed by questions from the audience.
The evening will be insightful look into the ups and downs of establishing yourself as a author, continuing your practice and a unique opportunity to ask those burning questions.
Courttia will be fresh from closing the Bare Lit Festival with his manifesto...