VOLUNTARY ARTS - DAILY ONLINE GATHERINGS FOR ANYONE INVOLVED IN ART, CULTURE AND CREATIVITY DURING THESE CHALLENGING TIMES.
At the moment there are a lot of people feeling isolated, working from home, with events and meetings being cancelled, who might welcome the chance to speak to someone else at this difficult and worrying time. Voluntary Arts has nearly 30 years experience of remote working, working at home and supporting a distributed network of staff, freelancers and volunteers.
On Tuesday 17 March, Voluntary Arts launched #CreativeNetwork - a daily online get-together open to anyone involved in arts, culture and creativity who would welcome the opportunity to talk to others about dealing with the current situation, the challenges of working from home and what we can do together to make the most of difficult circumstances.
Each weekday morning we meet each other via Zoom between 9:30am and 10:30am.
Join in the Zoom call by clicking below. There's no need to register or log-in, just click the link and smile for the camera! If you have any problems, tweet us at @voluntaryarts or email email@example.com
You can also dial in by your location:
+44 203 481 5240 United Kingdom
+353 1 653 3895 Ireland
Meeting ID: 644 141 717
We have a series of guests joining us each morning to discuss topics of particular interest
Feel free to keep up the conversation by joining @voluntaryarts on social media and using #CreativeNetwork to share your thoughts. We've made a Facebook group to sustain the conversation and there's also a shared Google Doc with lots of recommendations and links.
Link For More Information
- Monday 27 April - Topic: Digital accessibility.
- Tuesday 28 April - Baroness Deborah Bull CBE, dancer, writer, broadcaster and Vice President & Vice-Principal (London) and the Senior Advisory Fellow for Culture at King’s College London.
- Wednesday 29 April - Anne Gallacher, Director of Luminate, Scotland's creative ageing organisations - see Luminate@Home.
- Thursday 30 April - Sarah Davidson, Chief Executive of the Carnegie UK Trust.
- Friday 1 May - Prof. Katy Shaw, Northumbria University, and Claire