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An online learning workshop available to work through at your own pace, and revisit when you want

Free - £53.38

'How To Plan For Inclusive Arts and Community Events with Far Flung Dance Theatre' is a remote learning workshop which will take you through some key information and top tips for thinking about How to plan for inclusive arts and community events, and help you gather the resources you need to create exciting and engaging arts and community events which welcome many people.

Workshop focus

Introducing access in arts and community events/ Planning for access in arts and community events/Access options for art and community events/The Relaxed Model – workshops and performances

Who is this for?

First time are and community event leaders/Early career creative practitioners or community members who are beginning to develop their own arts or community projects/Mid-career creative practitioners or community activists who may have been involved in arts & creative workshop delivery but have not yet considered access needs

Online video chat - this is a chance to raise any questions with Sarah Farrow-Jones (co-director of Far Flung Dance Theatre), to meet the cohort, and to share any learning you may wish to. This is limited to 12 participants and will be from 1030am - 1230pm Wednesday 26th August. If we have significant interest beyond this number, we may be able to book another group session.

Pricing and availability

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Venue

Online

In the comfort of your own home or workspace

Developed and delivered by Far Flung Dance Theatre, a professional, disability-led, integrated company producing high-quality, inclusive dance-theatre for all. http://farflungdancetheatre.co.uk/

Commissioned by Take A Part CIC. Take A Part are experts in socially engaged audience development for contemporary art. Based in Plymouth, we work in areas that have been historically underserved and don’t usually engage in the arts. https://takeapart.org.uk/ 

The video sessions have closed captioning.
If you require the training worksheets in another format please get in touch at [email protected]
If you have additional access needs for the Zoom online video chat session please get in touch at [email protected]

This remote learning is self-led, via a series of videos and worksheets and documents. If you have joined the training in August of 2020, you are also welcome to join the group video chat session on 26th of August to raise any questions, meet the cohort, and share any learning you may wish to.

This training is available on a pay as you can basis. Suggested donations are as follows:

For those on low or no income - free
For self-employed individuals - £10
For those working with organisations - £20

There are also other donation options including £3, £5, £8, £15, £25, £30, or £50. 

Organiser

Take A Part CIC

Take A Part are experts in socially engaged audience development for contemporary art. Based in Plymouth, we work in areas that have been historically underserved and don’t usually engage in the arts. Our long-term, embedded process starts with listening and supporting communities to set agendas for projects that reflect and address community need and diversity. Our genuine processes with communities leads us to co-commissioning exceptional national and international artists in those communities. We embed contemporary arts practice in the process of regeneration. Crucially, the process of creating the work itself is as important as what is created. Our purpose is to engage, educate and inform new audiences in contemporary arts while developing policy and setting agendas for neighbourhood regeneration initiatives in Plymouth. Take A Part’s work contributes directly to the social infrastructure of the city.