Futureproofing is a lottery funded training programme for London based 16 – 25 year olds interested in developing their creative career.
The FREE bi-weekly sessions at Emergency Exit Arts will offer specific skills development in: Fundraising, Finance Management, Networking, Collaboration, Negotiation and Evaluation.
Workshops will take place on Thursday evenings - 20th February, 6th and 20th March, 3rd and 17th April and 1st of May. Between 6 - 8pm at Emergency Exit Arts, Rothbury Hall, Azof Street, Greenwich, London SE10 0EF.
Open to young artists, performers, facilitators, arts administrators and managers from across London who want to build networks, learn new skills and gain vital tips and advice to help them manage future career developments.
There are a maximum of 15 places available at each session so get in touch early to make sure you get yours.
For more information or to book your place on the workshops of your choice please contact us.
The project, in partnership with Museum of London and Bishopsgate, focuses on the heritage of democracy and social activism.
EEA had a fantastic time in Edinburgh to Celebrate Light Night and St Andrews Day
Emergency Exit Arts, Talawa Theatre and Goldsmiths University are now recruiting for the 2013/14 Creating Routes Programme.