“It’s been a life saver. It’s like I’ve got a blanket of friends around my shoulders” Zoom participant
Are you an Arts in Health practitioner looking to transfer your work online?
In response to Covid-19, Re-Live have developed an extensive creative Zoom practice with older adults, people living with dementia, veterans living with PTSD and people living with anxiety and depression.
Sessions have included: Life Story Work, Drama/Improvisation, Music & Singing
Re-Live are looking for 12 Arts in Health practitioners to be the first cohort of this brand new training. The training will introduce practitioners to essential skills, tools and principles needed to carry out innovative and ethical Arts in Health sessions via Zoom.
The training will:
● Invite you to experience a creative Zoom session as a participant and reflect on the experience
● Share creative exercises that work in the Zoom Room, including Life Story Work, drama, singing, music
● Build skills and confidence in leading a Zoom session, including managing breakout rooms
● Discuss confidentiality and consent when working with vulnerable groups online
The training will provide a unique opportunity for artists to find new ways of exploring and widening their practice
Re-Live Artistic Director, Karin Diamond, will lead the training session. The training will be in English, but we welcome Welsh language arts practitioners as Karin is bilingual.
If you are interested, please send an email to email@example.com outlining your experience of Arts in Health practice and what has drawn you to this particular training.
As the training is free, we will be asking you to reflect on the training by providing written or oral feedback at 3 separate stages: post-training, before your first Zoom session and post-Zoom session. The evaluation process will take 3 hours approx and will inform how Re-Live develops this training for future cohorts.
Training time: 3.5 hours (9.30am – 1pm) Where: Zoom When: 18th June 2020
Re-Live is an award-winning Arts in Health organisation providing a dynamic, inspirational programme of Life Story Work practice through theatre, movement, music and song. www.re-live.org.uk