courses & seminars
inroads managed and delivered the professional development programme in Sussex and Surrey from 2006 – 2011, with various options offered:
1/ SEMINARS CURATED BY SARA CLIFFORD
Kwame Kwei-Armah, playwright and director – Kwame spoke to a packed Pelham House about the future and young people.
Nitin Sawhney, musician and producer – Nitin gave an informative and entertaining presentation about his training, his musicﾠand his interest in working with young people.
A seminar about Accreditation for creative practitioners at the De La Warr Pavilion was led by Tony Fegan from the London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT) and Liz Whitehead, Director of Fabrica Art Gallery.
2/ ONE DAY COURSES
These courses were delivered in East Sussex, West Sussex and Surrey between November 2010 and July 2011.
3/ ARTS AND LEARNING – THE CREATIVE PRACTITIONER-ﾠ SHORT COURSE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX
We worked within the University of Sussex, offering a 4 day course in 2010/11 and 2011/12ﾠ for creative practitioners and teachers – Arts and Learning, the Creative Practitioner, looking at creative approaches to formal and informal learning.
Please note that the University has now closed the Continuing Education department, and so this course can no longer run
4/ CREATIVE PRACTICE AND LEARNING
This was a modular course accredited by the University of Brighton. The pilot was delivered in 2008/9 at the University Centre Hastings, with 10 students successfully completing the course. Led by Sara Clifford with creative practitioners and creative agents via Creative Partnerships, the course gave a thorough and supportive grounding in transferring your practice into formal and informal education settings.
The modules were:
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"I feel a lot more professional with this reflective information and experience. It has also given me a lot of practical exercises to use, especially warm ups – previously I felt less confident about these. An excellent course!"
"The course gives the opportunity for artists/practitioners to interrogate and evaluate their work and where this sits within the wider context of socially engaged practice.ﾠFor organisations such as Towner the course supports the future of gallery education developing in terms of critical enquiry."
Education and Learning Manager, Towner Art Gallery
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