Entelechy ArtsParticipant5th November 2021 at 10:18 amPost count: 1
On Wednesday 24th November (2-4pm), Entelechy Arts will be hosting a free online workshop to share learning and practical tips for how to develop remote creative programmes, co-created with older people.
Based on academic research led by Queen Mary University of London, taken from the Staying Connected programme that Entelechy Arts has been running since the beginning of the pandemic, including the Meet Me… programme in partnership with the Albany, the event will share principles and practicalities for the development of remote programmes in the arts sector.
Insights shared will include challenges and successes in the design and delivery of remote programmes, the wonder and engagement that can be brought to artistic practices through flexibility, and strategies for managing the emotional wear associated with new ways of working.
This workshop will be valuable for anyone starting new programmes, or reviewing existing activities, with particular emphasis on: effective creative work with older people, co-creative practices led by communities and artists, risk-taking, remote/hybrid work, considering digital barriers, and embedding accessibility. It will be suitable for independent artists/practitioners, arts or VSC/community organisations, local authorities, social prescribers and anyone else who’s interested in working co-creatively, especially with older people.
It’s free to attend and we hope many of you will join us! Please book a ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/discoveries-in-distanced-arts-remote-creative-programmes-tickets-181717240157
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