Fair Creative Economies Workshops


23rd Jun 2023





Get involved with a new project to make creative work more fair

Are you a creative or cultural freelancer, business founder or collective that values sustainability, inclusivity, and equality? Are you already organising or adapting your work to reflect these values? If so, we’d like to hear from you!

This summer, researchers Dr Liz Roberts (UWE Bristol) and Dr Claudia Firth (University of Bristol) are running three paid half-day workshops to find out more about how people like you are already changing or seeking to change the way creative work gets done.

These workshops are part of Fair Creative Economies, a project seeking to explore new ways to organise creative work that are more inclusive, sustainable, democratic, and accountable.

The dates are:

Workshop 1: Alternative Organising Models Morning 23rd June (Engine Shed, Bristol)
Workshop 2: Exploring Values-Led Ways of Working Morning 5th July (Bath TBC)
Workshop 3: Visible and Invisible Labour Afternoon 17th July (Bristol TBC)

The deadline is extended to the 12th June.

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