Creativity and Change Deep Dive Workshops
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2021 APRIL – MAY DEEP-DIVE TRAINING SERIES
We have five different options for participants to join this workshop series. These five “streams” will run simultaneously from April 10th until May 22nd. All groups will be invited to take part in a national “paste-up” day to bring their ideas into public space.
Title: Creativity & Change’s Awesome Solution
Subtitle: Deep Dive Training (formally masterclasses): action-focused workshops to unleash your imagination and creativity. Leading to a collective day of creative hopeful action across the country at our Paste Up Blitz
Where: Zoom and online
- Group/stream 1; Weekend Intensive 1: 11am - 4pm April 10th & 11th
- Group/stream 2; Monday Evenings: 7pm - 9pm April 12th - May 3rd inclusive
- Group/stream 3; Tuesday Evenings: 7pm - 9pm April 13th - May 4th inclusive
- Group/stream 4; Thursday Mornings: 10am -12noon April 15th - May 6th Inclusive
- Group/stream 5; Weekend Intensive 2: 11am - 4pm May 8th & May 9th
- Day 1: HOPE with Chriszine Backhouse
- Day 2: IMAGINE with Eimear McNally
- Day 3: CREATE with Helen O’ Keeffe
- Day 4: ACT with Claire Coughlan
- Day 5: TOGETHER Paste up blitz May 22nd
Target: Non-formal groups - youth workers, community workers, artists, activists, educators, dreamers, changemakers.
Commitment to all the workshops is essential
Price: €50 (subsidised by Irish Aid)
Please contact us if you are unwaged or have financial constraints at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The role of the artist is to make the revolution irresistible.
Toni Cade Bambara
Are you an educator, youth/ community worker, artist, activist, advocate, changemaker looking for a new inspiration?
Our masterclass series 2021 will focus on generating “AWEsome solutions” and presenting them to the public in the form of street art on our National Paste-Up Blitz on May 22nd.
The awesome solution concept is based on data collected at the COP21 conference about the impact of art on audience engagement and perceptions of the world's big problems.
They found that
*Artwork that presents an awesome solution to a problem was the most effective at engaging the audience and inspiring them to change their attitudes to take action on a local or global justice issue
Exploring development education topics and global and social justice means covering complex issues, discussing interconnected systemic BIG world problems, things that often feel outside of our control can be overwhelming.
How can we use the arts to inspire hope, to nurture that longing for the brighter future we all know is possible and engage our communities in action?
The workshop series offers a deep dive into the idea of the awesome solution, exploring the concept across a range of disciplines, methodologies, and facilitators, bringing you through a range of processes that can be adapted and integrated into your own work.
Create meaningful spaces online to engage groups in awesome solution based projects that can go on to inspire others to take action for change.
Work with the Creativity and Change team, learn the skills to tap into the creative potential of societies, be culturally engaging, and contribute to imagining a new and better future for humankind.
More information can be found at: https://www.creativityandchange.ie/non-accredited-training-previously-masterclasses/
Any questions contact email@example.com