This Roundhouse Roundtable digital discussion is open to any person aged 18-25
What is the future of creative facilitation for writers and poets? h6. How can we connect online to create, inspire, devise, and empower?
Reading the room now has a whole other dimension to it. What once happened in a physical space is now taking places in virtual rooms all over the world.
Topics and questions that will be covered during session will include:
• Best practise when facilitating a workshop or online session.
• Setting up the space, providing resources, implementing breaks, catering to a range of needs, holding people accountable from afar and hearing what is not being said.
• What is lost? and what is gained? How can we try to strike a balance between them.
• Which models can we learn from and which must we innovate? How will this affect outputs?
• What is effective monetisation for independent models? How accessible democratic and game-changing is this really?
This is a space to ask questions, to receive and share advice and techniques which promote and refresh best practice in the current climate and to cultivate a network of facilitators.
Sign up via the form below, and you will be sent a link to the Zoom meeting prior to the event:
About Deanna Rodger
Deanna is an award-winning writer, performer and facilitator. She won the UK Poetry Slam aged 18 and quickly established herself as a leading force for contemporary, receiving commissions from BBC, Chelsea Football Club, The Young Vic, St Paul’s Cathedral and has secured titles such as ELLE UK’s ’30 inspirational women under 30′ and Cosmopolitan’s No.1 Trailblazing Woman. She has toured to Lebanon, Canada, Mexico, and South Africa amongst others. Deanna teaches the Writing Poetry for Performance module with Benjamin Zephaniah at Brunel University and tutors at School of Communication Arts (‘The most successful ad school in the world’) and is on the board of Safe Ground. Her collection ‘I Did It Too’ is out now.
This Roundtable discussion is open to anyone aged 18-25
The discussion will last around 1.30-2 hours long.