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The fourth in a series of six online weekly workshops to support people working in the modern world of music facilitation, delivered in partnership with Arc.
Led by Phill Howley (Arc young person’s project manager and facilitator), this workshop will cover:
- The practicalities, logistics and tech know-how needed to set up and plan music sessions online
- Information about online delivery tools, including what works and what to avoid
Who this is for
Open to people at all levels of experience, these workshops are aimed at facilitators currently working, or looking to work, within informal, creative and inclusive music practice. They’ll be especially useful for anyone interested in supporting young people’s mental health and wellbeing through music. Youth workers or mental health practitioners with an interest in music are also welcome to attend.
Pay what you can. Suggested cost is £5. We know this is a challenging time for freelancers and the wider music industry, so please only pay what you can, if anything. We’re more interested in you coming along to share the learning experience.
If you have any questions, please contact Lucy Wallace at email@example.com
About the speakers
Phill Howley is a professional musician and arts facilitator. For the last 20 years he has worked as a Project Manager, Music Facilitator and Music Leader. In that time he has worked on a wide variety of projects with hugely diverse client groups of all ages. Through his extensive involvement with many Youth Music funded projects he has developed a specialism in working with young people in challenging circumstances, specifically focusing on bespoke pedagogies and their applications in a variety of settings.
Arc is a leading arts and mental health organisation based in Stockport, which explores the relationships between creativity, culture and wellbeing. We provide opportunities for people to explore their creativity, connect with each other and learn new skills. Arc has a 20 year track record of producing transformational arts projects which engage and include marginalised groups, promote wellbeing and recovery from mental ill-health, and reach thousands of audiences across the North West. Each year we work with over 150 vulnerable young people in projects supported by Youth Music and BBC Children in Need. Find out more at: http://arc-centre.org/