Slate Workshop: Freelancer’s Toolkit - Resilience & Wellbeing for Artists

Live Theatre, Newcastle

Wed 23 May

10am - 2pm

A workshop for emerging to mid-career Black* artists to think, converse, plan and collaborate.

Led by Tina Simbo with support from Slate Enabler Degna Stone, this workshop is for artists and arts practitioners who are keen to address and evolve their wellbeing and resilience, as part of progressing their career and practice.

Within a safe space of solidarity, we will ask questions of ourselves that we may not often have the time, space nor opportunity to think about. During the workshop, we will focus on the tools, mindset and habits we need to incorporate within our working and everyday lives.

We want to support your wellbeing and help you flourish.

Tina Simbo is a Sierra Leonean raised in the North East from infancy. She has facilitated group work with people from diverse communities for over 16 years whilst working in the voluntary and community sector. In recent years, Tina has worked predominantly with minority ethnic women, including survivors of trauma. She believes in taking a holistic approach towards maintaining health and well-being and centres the importance of self-care. Her work promotes personal reflection and peer support, and is action oriented/soluction focused.

To apply, complete the attached application form below and send to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12pm, Wed 16 May. We will contact successful applicants by 5pm on Fri 18 May.

This opportunity is for Black* artists who are based in the North of England.

*To Eclipse, Black includes anyone who is marginalized for their race or ethnicity.

Further info:

Live Theatre Studio is wheelchair accessible. Please inform us of any access requirements you might have. A limited number of travel/access bursaries are available for participants who would not be able to attend without financial support.

A light lunch will be provided.

 

Slate Workshop: Freelancer’s Toolkit - Resilience & Wellbeing for Artists