We had a fantastic time delivering a training & networking event with our friends at Tandem Theatre last week. We were pleased to be back at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House, sharing our learning from the Tales of Manchester Life project with professionals from the youth, arts and heritage sectors. It was great to be in a room filled with such creativity, positivity and a real spirit of teamwork as people made new connections and formed new ideas for future projects. We discussed the challenges and benefits of forming partnerships to deliver creative heritage projects with young people as well as getting stuck into some fun creative activities! Thanks again to everyone that attended and we look forward to hopefully working with you all in the future…
We are hosting, along with our friends at Tandem Theatre, a special training and networking event at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House on Thursday 16th July.
We will be sharing our learning from our recent young women’s creative heritage project and exploring both the value and challenges of this kind of work. This event is aimed at youth work and heritage/museum professionals who are interested in engaging young people with heritage in a creative way. The training element will be interactive, with opportunities to develop your own project ideas and make new contacts for partnership working. There are two sessions for this event (10am-2pm or 1pm-5pm) with a networking lunch provided for all attendees in the changeover between sessions. Tickets are only £15 including a lovely lunch.
Please see our eventbrite page for more details and to book your place.