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We are delighted to announce this event series of new Leadership Experience sessions as part of our new programme for cultural sector leaders in the Tees Valley region.
To register to attend, please complete this short webform. Zoom details for the event will be provided in advance.
Online on Zoom, Wednesday June 13 2023, 11.00-12.30
As part of the new programme of leadership development for the arts and culture sector in the Tees Valley, this is the first event of a series of facilitated conversations where leaders will share their stories and experiences.
Please note this series is for people living or working in the cultural sector in the Tees Valley.
Our speaker: Jamie Beddard is Co-Artistic Director of Diverse City, and Lead Artist in Extaordinary Bodies. He is also an Agent for Change at The New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich.
As a performer, he recently performed in the Messiah at Bristol Old Vic, played the role of Mathias in The National Theatre’s production of The Threepenny Opera, and performed in ‘Weighting’, a big outdoor circus show made by Extraordinary Bodies. In July 2018, he will be performing the lead role in The Elephant Man at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre.
He is a Clore Fellow, and has previously been a Diversity Officer (Arts Council), Associate Director (Graeae Theatre Company) and Editor of ‘Disability Arts in London’ magazine (DAIL). His directing credits include ‘The Last Freakshow’ (Fittings), ‘Can I Be Frank With You’ (‘Datco’) and ‘The Trouble With Richard’ (Graeae). Acting includes Quills, I.D, All the King’s Men, Wonderful You (Film/TV) and Ubu, Alice in Wonderland, Flesh Fly (Graeae), 15 Seconds (Traverse) and Waiting for Godot (Tottering Bipeds).
Jamie is one of the UK’s leading advocates for access and inclusion in the Arts, and has delivered workshops, consultancy and training at arts organisations across the country and internationally.
Please provide information about any access requirements you may have to support your attendance online when you register to attend.
28 March, 1-2pm, Online on Zoom
Thank you for your interest in attending the Tees Valley Skills Development days Q&A. Please fill in the following form to register your attendance. This session will be recorded, with BSL interpretation, audio description and captions. If you are unable to join us, you can submit your questions in advance below, and we will send a link to the recording after the event has passed.
Please note: you will be sent the Q&A joining link a couple of days before the event. Thank you.
At our meeting next week, we are commencing our exploration of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in governance terms, as set out in the Charity Governance Code. This is not a one-off piece, but an ongoing discussion to build a shared understanding from our multiple perspectives. To kick-start the debate, it would be appreciated if you could please take a few minutes to respond to the questions below, enabling us to understand where we are as a board. A response by close of play Monday 20th March would be much appreciated. All responses to this survey will be anonymous. Thank you.
Please take a moment to answer our short survey below, many thanks.
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