For autistic creative people seeking to see, know and be yourself, beyond pathology paradigms, media stereotypes and past selves.
When the revelation “I am autistic” doesn’t come with systemic change, a vision for solutions, an accurate and positive way to communicate differences, a way to feel seen and understood, and tangible support, the initial excitement can give way to feeling stuck.
Disillusioned, lost, and overwhelmed with what isn’t working. Masking is a systemic issue; the world is still the world. But most of all: The habitual self you developed in response, is the only self you know how to be.
Register for this workshop to find out how to:
Find YOUR way
Believe you are worthy, and to assert yourself accordingly
Trust yourself, and start believing and acting like the future you want is possible for you.
Make progress on your creative dreams.
No longer downplay yourself, or see yourself in other people’s eyes.
Let go of internalised ableism and shame.
Know your specific roadmap for HOW to do life, that doesn’t involve burnout and overwhelm.
Feel worthy to finally start being yourself, fully expressed.
Creative industry events in and around Bristol
Playful colourful collage workshop with Naomi Ann Clarke
Zion Bristol, Bishopsworth Road, Bristol, BS13 7JW
Use hand painted gouache paper to create an A3 paper cut illustration of your favourite scene, building or flowers in a wonky, bold way. You will be using loose shapes to create a layered collage. This is a great workshop to unwind through the relaxing process of cutting and sticking collage.
Filmmakers’ Shindig – Feat. Dirty Jack Co
Square Works, 17-18 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1HB
Probably the most inspiring little film night in the world. Join in Bristol for an evening of learning, stimulation, collaboration, entertainment and general filmmaking joy!
Insights from female-led B Corps
In this 1-hour interactive discussion, we’ll explore the positive impact that B Corp certification can have on your business, challenges of the certification process itself, and why the current B Corp cohort in the UK lack diversity.