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Learn as you go, Event

Learn at your own pace

Free - £53.38

In these remote learning sessions, Cassie Leon, arts and cabaret producer working with Raze Collective and The Cocoa Butter Club will lead you through a series of videos and worksheets to consider how to better commission, collaborate, and support LGBTQAI+ communities in arts and community projects.  Cassie will talk you through a basic guide on how to ensure your spaces, programs, workplaces are inclusive of the LGBTQAI+ community and things to consider while programming and commissioning work.

Topics covered include:
- Terminology and inclusive language 
- Creating safe spaces
- Relationship building and developing audiences
- Representation and ethics 

By purchasing a ticket you get access to the learn-as-you-go series of videos as well as the Q+A with Raze Collective on the February 24th, at 3pm.

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Raze Collective 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]

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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.