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Glasgow Women's Library, Glasgow

Thursday, 18 Jul

Free - £21.35

This professional development training opportunity gives practitioners the chance to workshop with award winning Theatre Maker and Producer Mark Traynor who has been working in communities across Scotland for over 15 years.  Mark has been commissioned by bodies such as the NHS, the Scottish Prison Service, Social work and Third Sector organisations to provide programmes where members of the community can express themselves through drama workshops and performance. He has also produced three critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival shows following this methodology in recent years with his company Grassmarket Projects. 

During the workshop Mark will share some of his experiences of working in different community contexts, guide the group through creative exercises that have worked well in the past, and offer an insight into the learnings of his work.

This workshop will be suitable for both early career and experienced practitioners. Those who consider themselves artists but also support workers or people that work with some of the groups mentioned and want to find out more how drama could be used within their service. 

Please bring a pen and paper or something to take notes with to record your learning from the workshop and wear comfortable clothing. 

To find out more about Mark and the work of Grassmarket Projects please visit https://www.grassmarketprojects.com/

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Venue

Glasgow Women's Library

Landressy Street

Glasgow

G40 1BP

Glasgow CAN would like to thank Creative Scotland for supporting Glasgow CAN to provide this programme. 

Please see FAQs. 

Glasgow CAN is a Social Enterprise and therefore has a model where we charge for some opportunities. All profits are put back in to the organisation to support participatory arts in Glasgow. We therefore offer a tiered ticket price system for training. Tickets are £60 for non-members, £40 if you work for an incorporated member organisation and £20 if you are a freelance artist or run an unincorporated company. If you are aged 16-25 and are not in full-time education or employment, you may be eligible for a FREE place. Please email Hannah via; [email protected] for further information. If you are unsure which heading you fall under, please contact Hannah. 

Joining Glasgow CAN as a member is FREE. Please visit www.glasgowcan.org/apply for more information. 

We strive to ensure that everyone can access our opportunities. Please email Hannah or call/txt 07557411284 if you or someone you support would like to attend the above training opportunity but foresee a barrier in doing so. We will do everything we can to support you being able to attend. 

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