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Scottish Youth Theatre, Glasgow

Thursday, 21 Mar

Free

'THIS TIME' by CC Noelle Charles is the first in a series of Talks/Workshops by inspiring artists, performers and practitioners from across the creative sector aimed specifically at young people between the ages of 14-25 held at Scottish Youth Theatre and hosted by The Bold Collective.


THIS TIME is a workshop led by Christian Noelle Charles engaging the conversation of Self Love. CC will instruct a class giving people the time to reflect on their inner selves, and analyze their own personal actions through body language. This would hopefully lead to an exchange on how we should perceive self-love and care within our artistic practices. 

WHAT TO EXPECT:

 

MATERIALS ( We will have some extra supplies so please don't worry if you don't have access to the following) 

Sketchbook/ Journal / Paper

Pen / Pencil 

What you use to listen to your personal music too. (iPhone, mp3 player, speaker etc.) 


PLEASE DRESS COMFORTABLY because there will be a lot of movement.

 Ex. (t-shirt, leggings, sweats, basically work out clothes.) 

 

FOOD AND TRANSPORT AVAILABLE FOR ANYONE AGED 14-25.  Taxis available if needed please contact Rachel at [email protected] for more info on this plus other accessibility.

 

 

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Venue

Scottish Youth Theatre

Brunswick Street

Glasgow

G1 1TF

Venue fully accessible by lift with gender-neutral toilets and accessible toilets available.

Organiser

Hannah Justad

Glasgow Connected Arts Network is the city’s artistic and cultural hub. Funded by Glasgow City Council, GCAN is invested in encouraging and maintaining public engagement, awareness and understanding of participatory arts in Glasgow. We facilitate skills and resource sharing, and the exchange of ideas, offering our members access to invaluable training opportunties. We encourage collaboration and connection between artists and communities across Glasgow, and we regularly fund arts projects which seek to reach and engage new audiences. We aim to increase participation and learning in arts projects, to promote and advance the economic, social and cultural development of Glasgow, and reflect the diverse communities within it.