Trinity Laban is conducting research into online delivery, and would like to invite practitioners across all art forms to reflect on their experiences in a paid workshop. Who are we looking for?
- A range of artists across art forms, music, dance, visual arts, who delivered online activity during COVID-19, we are also interested in those who have always delivered online and those who are currently delivering online.
- Participatory / community arts practitioners
- Aged 18+
- Willingness to reflect on the experience of online delivery and critically examine the limitations and potential of working with digital media
Open Until: 13/12/2023
Why should I take part?
- We are offering a fee of £75 to take part.
- Opportunity to reflect on online practice
- Networking opportunity to meet likeminded artists delivering participatory work
- Opportunity to share knowledge to improve experience for future participants
Research Workshop: December 13 2023 1-5pm
This workshop, hosted at the Laban Building in Deptford (SE8 3DZ) will be structured to consider the role, value, and challenges of online and hybrid models for participatory arts practice. Through discussion, creative reflection, and critical thinking, we will:
- share experience of online delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
- explore perceptions of in-person versus online delivery
- examine the possibilities and limitations of digital media.
Free refreshments will be provided alongside an £75 fee for taking part
The workshop will be lead by Trinity Laban Post Doctorial Researcher Dr Rebecca Stancliffe and supported by the Trinity Laban Community and Artist Development team. This research will contribute to a larger project that explores the value and impact of an online arts programme for individuals who are geographically or socially isolated and/or unable to leave their homes because of ill-health.