Demystifying the artist & producer relationship

Posted on: July 5th, 2022 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

No two artist-producer relationships are the same, some are project based, some are more long-term. Sometimes independent producers take the risk together with the artists to make work, sometimes artists effectively “employs” a producer to make their work happen.  

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In this session, Theatre Artist Max and Producer Natalie will share how they navigate all of this, some of the things you can expect to be covered:

About So You Wanna Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

So you wanna work in art therapy?

Posted on: July 5th, 2022 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

In an ever-changing society where therapy is welcomed more and more we look at how the arts can help and also how yourself could be part of this type of Therapy. We talk to Dramatic Recovery and Racheal all about this.

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Meet Anna Griffith and Megan Peet, the founders and directors of Dramatic Recovery! Dramatic Recovery is an award winning mental health arts organisation founded in 2019, based in Merseyside, that uses drama as a specific tool to explore, address and improve mental health wellbeing. Dramatic Recovery works within four different sectors: Social Prescribing, Community Arts, Education and Verbatim Theatre.

www.dramaticrecovery.co.uk

About So You Wanna Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

So you wanna work in costume?

Posted on: July 4th, 2022 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

Have you got an eye for detail? Love designing and sewing? If you’ve ever wondered how to get into the costume industry, then this talk is for you. We are joined by Natasha & Kathryn to open up the conversation about all things costume.

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Natasha is a Graduate of Costume for Theatre and Screen from Wimbledon College of Arts, UAL. She is a maker and interpreter with a passion for historical costume and pattern cutting, and hopes to develop a career in these areas. She is a finalist in this year’s Patterns of Fashion Award Competition by The Costume Society. Her professional credits as an Interpreter include A ROYAL WEDDING collaboration with Zoom Through History Events and her professional credits as a Costume Designer include the feature film ROMEO & JULIET starring Derek Jacobi.

www.nbcostume.co.uk

Kathryn is a freelance costume assistant working predominantly in theatre, her recent credits including Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Don Quixote and The Lost Estate Co.’s immersive production The Great Murder Mystery. A recent graduate of The Northern School of Art, she works freelance in the industry, based in Yorkshire.

About So You Wanna Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

So you wanna perform at a festival?

Posted on: July 10th, 2021 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

Nothing beats a festival! Music festivals to theatre festivals, and art festivals are epic ways to socialize, watch, hear, and see new art pieces. But have you ever wondered what it would be like to perform at one? Emily Susanne Lloyd sits down with Show Face Festival to talk about all this industry.

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About So You Wanna Work in/Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

So you wanna work in performance capture?

Posted on: July 10th, 2021 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

Step into the fantastic and ever-changing world of Performance capture. Emily Susanne Lloyd (Creative Youth Member) sits down with some of the biggest names in this industry to ask all of them burning questions about the industry, what it is all about? How to get involved?

Join us for an eye-opening talk about this beautiful art-form challenging technology, art, animation, performance and the boundaries of what is possible.

About So You Wanna Work in/Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

Working with movement and text

Posted on: July 10th, 2021 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

Marrying text and movement is never as easy as it sounds. In this webinar we’ll talk about the massive grey area between the art-forms of theatre and dance and how to create the art that you intend to.

We’ll also talk about resources, tools and the industry of theatre making as a whole, the role of a movement director and choreographer.

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About So You Wanna Work in/Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

Using your mobile device to its full potential

Posted on: July 10th, 2021 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

Are you using your phone to its full potential? Join us as we discuss ways your phone can help support you and your craft as an artist.

Our industry panel will look at different tools and tips for maximising your phone’s effectiveness in the arts.

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About So You Wanna Work in/Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

So you wanna do comedy writing?

Posted on: July 10th, 2021 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

How do you know if you’re being funny when there’s nobody around to laugh?

Writing and creating your own work can be an isolating experience; this webinar looks about how to push through self-doubt and gain confidence in your own work.

Join Malindi, Rachel and Max as they also look at how comedy as a genre is used as well as navigating the film and theatre industries.

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About So You Wanna Work in/Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

From Actor to Producer

Posted on: July 10th, 2021 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

Join our industry panel as we delve into the world of producing. Creativity is fluid, many artists enjoy and work in different creative mediums throughout their career. Our panel of actors, who have stepped into the world of producing, give some insight and advice for those who want to do the same.

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About So You Wanna Work in/Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.

Mental health and wellbeing in the Arts

Posted on: July 18th, 2020 by cyEditor

About the webinar:

The Covid-19 pandemic has put a strain on everyone’s mental health and this panel discussion will provide an honest and open forum to explore what people have been doing to stay productive, creative and healthy during a challenging time.

The session will include coping mechanisms and tips about how to look after yourself.

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About So You Wanna Work in/Change the Arts
Part of Creative Youth’s Creative Talent Programme, these free webinar series explore key industry topics that affect young people in the arts. Generously supported by Arts Council England.