What’s On

MC Geezer and Troi 'DJ Chinaman' Lee perform at the CRIPtic Pit Party in 2021. MC Geezer raps and signs on stage, while Troi Lee plays music from behind a desk, with his hand raised.

Events

Workshops, writers’ salons, 1:1 advice and networking sessions for everyone.

Our 2023 Events Programme, Connect through Creativity, is a year long programme of practical arts workshops, writers’ salons, 1:1 advice and networking sessions. These are all online, BSL Interpreted, have auto-captions, and are open to deaf & disabled people. Connect and become part of a Creative Community!

What’s On


Gemma Lees: A 40-year-old white Roma woman with short blue hair in a purple hair wrap, a purple blouse, black rimmed glasses and facial piercings, against a backdrop of green grass and trees. She is smiling and looking to the left.

Workshop

Approaches to Making Your Own Work: Keeping Motivated

Led by Gemma Lees

Wednesday 28 February, 6.30-8.30pm / Zoom

This workshop will cover ways to prevent writer’s block and stay on track, artist development programmes, creator’s groups and an activity based on the R&D of Gemma’s musical ‘Mind Your Business!’ which she wrote as a part of Graeae’s Beyond programme, that featured in BEAM2023 and that she R&D’d with CRIPtic’s own Alice Christina-Corrigan!

£0 / BSL / Self Descriptions / Auto Captions

Gemma Lees: A 40-year-old white Roma woman with short blue hair in a purple hair wrap, a purple blouse, black rimmed glasses and facial piercings, against a backdrop of green grass and trees. She is smiling and looking to the left.

Workshop

Approaches to Making Your Own Work: Where Next?

Led by Gemma Lees

Wednesday 13 March, 6.30-8.30pm / Zoom

This workshop will cover what steps an artist can take once they’ve written a piece, the basics of building a team, finding funding, networking, creating social media buzz, theatre pitch decks and an activity based around selling yourself and your piece.

£0 / BSL / Self Descriptions / Auto Captions

Supported by


Scope Logo - Equality for disabled people
Spread the Word Logo
Arts Council Logo

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