Looking for creative events and opportunities to get involved in this November?
Blueprint Arts has curated a selection of events and creative opportunities taking place in London, South East England & online to ensure you have a creative November. Including festivals, expert-led workshops, and an opportunity to join our team!
Being Human is the UK’s only national festival of the humanities. Every year, it helps humanities researchers (from literature, history, languages, philosophy and more) to produce exciting public events.
This year’s festival includes talks, exhibitions, workshops, performances and more.
Blueprint Arts is looking for an Arts Admin Assistant based in North Kent to join our team. Our ideal candidate will be an organised, resilient and dynamic person who is passionate about participatory arts.
The role involves helping to support and organise a range of creative projects, festivals and courses that we deliver throughout the year. You will be adept at working independently and taking initiative, as well as confidently contributing to the team.
Unlock your learning with an exciting three-day programme of virtual events run by the BBC. It will include discussions, masterclasses and webinars from writers, broadcasters, actors and other industry experts.
Each day has a different theme. Day one (9th) is drama, day two (10th) is comedy, and day three (11th) is comedy. Register via the BBC Academy for any or all of the three days.
Organised by A New Direction, this webinar will explore how to develop young people’s creativity in the classroom. This event is great for teachers, educators and cultural sector organisations interested in teaching for creativity.
Professor Bill Lucas and Dame Alison Peacock will introduce the five Creative Habits of Mind and how educators can embed these across the curriculum.
Folkestone: 6th Nov, 10am-12.30pm or 1.30-4pm Ramsgate: 13th Nov, 10am-12.30pm or 1.30-4pm
For young people (14-20yrs)
Come to a free half-day outdoor workshop to creatively address climate change issues on the Kent coastline. Run by staff and students from the University of Kent, these workshops coincide with the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) international summit in Glasgow.
Participants will be led through various activities in photography, film and writing. The work will result in an exhibition attended by local councils and policy makers to discuss your work.
Join art psychotherapist Jacqui McKoy-Lewens in this warm and supportive creative session, which will explore practical approaches to supporting your mental health, emotional and creative needs.
Using group discussions and creative activities, this workshop will guide you to reflect on what you’ve learnt about yourself and your practice. In particular, it will focus on the challenges and opportunities and opportunities brought about by the pandemic.