Welcome to our second Introduction to facilitation workshop with Deanna Roger! This workshop is an hour long online workshop aimed at creatives aged between 18-30 thinking of diversifying their income and turning their creative practice into inclusive and engaging workshops.
Topics covered are:
- How to utilise your creative skills to run engaging workshops
- How facilitation can enhance your own creativity
- Types of facilitation work
- Further reading and training
About Deanna Roger:
Deanna Rodger is a leading poet in the UK. In 2021, her re-imagined version of ‘If’ was read by Serena Williams. She has been welcomed to perform and facilitate workshops all across the world incl.; Mexico, Sudan and Beirut, and has been commissioned by institutions such as; Adidas, FIFA, St Paul’s Cathedral, and BBC. She designs and delivers educational programs, tutors at the School of Communication Arts, lectures at UWE, is a founding member of Keats House Poetry Forum and Chill Pill and alumni of the NYT Rep company.
I Did It Too, a collection of performance poetry, came out in 2017 (Burning Eye Books) and her most recent collection ‘his fingers have left’ is process driven and explores the concept of archiving and themes of sex and shame. Theatre commissions include Now. We Are Here (Young Vic dir. Ian Rickson), and Sing Before You Speak Again (Young Vic dir. Thomas Martin).
Her Arts Council funded program Poetry Facilitation Training is in development with an accompanying exploration of Why Poetry Facilitation is important. Follow her on social media @deannarodger for updates on all things poetry, facilitation (& parenting!)