A couple of years ago many practitioners responded to a survey 'Reasons to be Cheerful', concerning what motivates and keeps practitioners in participatory and socially engaged arts practices. Last year Kat Low and Sue Mayo did research into the training of 'applied' practitioners, and are now following this up with some more interesting questions. It would be great if as many of you as possible could find the time to fill in the survey below.
Many people working in socially engaged theatre practice often describe their work as rewarding. We are interested in better understanding the nature of the reward and would very much appreciate your contributions. We have developed a short survey which can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/rewards_risks.
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A unique participatory public art event at Kingswood House, Dulwich, Southwark.
Are you a theatre-maker who want to use their creative skills in the community. Find out more about joining the Creating Routes programme.