Creative Resilience Programme

The Naturals Arts Workshop Building Widcombe Institute Widcombe Hill Bath BA2 6AA

01761438852
[email protected]
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Thursday 22 August 2019
09:30 – 16:30
Opening Hours: 09:30 – 16:30
Admission Fee: £50.00
Booking essential
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We know how difficult it is to sustain a career in the arts; especially socially engaged arts. Our approach uses evidence-based research and best practice to explore themes of Self-Awareness, Diversity and the impact of your Environment and develops tools to grow your personal resilience, concentrating on Adaptability, Re-framing, Maintenance and Support-Networks. The programme is not only delivered creatively, but also uses creativity itself as a central theme.

Artists taking part will develop skills in recognising situations and settings that could have an adverse effect on their mental health and wellbeing and their ability to work creatively, as well as finding ways to increase their confidence, outlook and support networks, and ensuring they are well-equipped to deal with the obstacles that both life and career present.

Refreshments and notebooks will be provided but please bring your own lunch!

As there are only 20 places available booking is essential.

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