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Online, From the Comfort

Work at your own pace

Free - £53.38

'Social Making: Developing Dementia Friendly Projects Online Training with Vicky Chapter’ is a remote learning workshop which will take you through some key information and top tips for thinking about developing your own projects for the dementia community in your area. Vicky is the Learning Programme Manager at Aspex, who have been running Generate, a programme for people with dementia and their carers for the past five years. This training will use the Generate project as a model to get you thinking about different aspects of your projects and the next steps towards making things happen where you are.

Workshop focus

Introduction to Developing dementia friendly projects; Our Creative Approach to supporting people with dementia; Participants & Partnerships; Support for Carers; Evaluation & Impact & Practicalities and Top Tips. 

Who is this for?

Early career creative or community practitioners who are beginning to develop their own arts or community projects. Mid-career creative or community practitioners who are new to working in the field of arts & health provision.  

SOME EXPERIENCE NECESSARY – to get the most from this workshop, you will need to have either some initial ideas for arts or community projects you wish to develop, or have an emerging or established creative or community practice.

Online video chat - this is a chance to raise any questions with Vicky and to share any learning you may wish to. This is limited to 12 participants and will be from 10-12 on Wednesday 27th January. If we have a significant interest beyond this number, we may be able to book another group session.

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Venue

Online

Zoom

From the Comfort

of your home

Vicky Chapter is Learning Programme Manager at Aspex in Portsmouth, where she has worked for 10 years, developing projects for people of all ages and backgrounds to engage with contemporary visual art. 

Aspex was 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/ 

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]

Organiser

Who is this for?

Early career creative or community practitioners who are beginning to develop their own arts or community projects. Mid-career creative or community practitioners who are new to working in the field of arts & health provision.  

SOME EXPERIENCE NECESSARY – to get the most from this workshop, you will need to have either some initial ideas for arts or community projects you wish to develop, or have an emerging or established creative or community practice.

Online video chat - this is a chance to raise any questions with Vicky and to share any learning you may wish to. This is limited to 12 participants and will be from 10-12 on Wednesday 27th January. If we have a significant interest beyond this number, we may be able to book another group session.




 

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.