Brilliant Routes sessions are monthly events to share strategies and learnings from Black, Asian and Ethnically Diverse leaders.
About this Event
This is the year of the campaign. The global grassroots Black Lives Matter movement has inspired campaigners within the cultural sector to cash in the receipts on years of inequality within the sector. Black, Asian and ethnically diverse sector workers acted urgently to push through a wide range of actions with unprecedented swiftness. Hours of extra-curricular labour was racked up in a matter of weeks birthing hashtags, hundreds of letters demanding accountability, and direct action.
Given the hours of intense labour, this event offers a moment to reflect what on what makes a change-making campaign cut through. What are the actions that lead to systemic change? This session will analyse the tenets of a successful campaign and how such skills might be utilised to create change within our own areas.
David is an architect leading the practice Architecture Doing Place. He is also the London Mayor Design Advocate and a member of Historic England’s Expert Advisory Group and a panel member of the London Festival Architecture. A confirmed urbanist, who originated as a housing officer, David’s passion for cultural equity in the built environment led him to spearhead a successful campaign against Southwark Council that is now leading to more diverse architectural firms being recruited by local authorities.
Amanda Parker is a communications and business development specialist working across the cultural and creative sectors, running engagement and awareness campaigns with a focus on audience diversity and inclusion in employment practice. Through her agency Inc Arts, Amanda led the recent #BAMEOver campaign amongst other initiatives.
A lighting designer, Prema has designed the lighting for over 200 productions, and works across the UK. Recent work includes productions at The Royal Court, Sheffield Theatres, Shakespeare’s Globe, Storyhouse, and The Young Vic. She has also designed for Madame Tussauds, The O2 Arena and Westminster Hall. She is the founder of Stage Sight an agency campaigning to create an off stage workforce that is more reflective of our society today, inclusive of ethnicity, class and disability.
Who is this event for?
This session is for Black, Asian and ethnically diverse arts sector workers.
The session will operate on a Pay-What-You-Decide basis. Minimum payment is £5 with a suggested amount of £18.
Refunds on customer cancellations
We do not offer refunds and are not able to transfer bookings to other events for bookings made and subsequently cancelled by the customer.
Postponement or Cancellations By Clore Leadership
Clore Leadership reserves the right to postpone or cancel an event if necessary. This will only be under exceptional circumstances and Clore Leadership will endeavour to provide as much notice as possible. In this instance your place will either be automatically transferred to another course or a refund will be issued.