Speakers: Helen Chambers, Arts and Care Researcher and Trainer and Jenny Young, Arts Director at Blue Cabin
The day will enable space for conversations about the place of arts and cultural organisations and practitioners within social pedagogy, building on a variety of creative practice. Sharing practice and experiences will be at the heart of this day. We hope the event will be of value to social pedagogues and those in the arts and cultural sector.
There will also be a discussion towards the end of the day around the future of SPPA in Northern Ireland, facilitated by Prof Claire Cameron. If you’re interested to attend only this part of the day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for free.
|Who the course is for / who will benefit from it best|
The course will be of value to social pedagogues and those in the arts and cultural sector who work or intend to work with children, young people, and adults, in difficult / disadvantaged circumstances / contexts, especially with children and young people who are in the care of the state.
Arts and culture organisations and care services practitioners and managers will benefit from attending and sharing practice.
The day will enable space for conversations about the place of arts and cultural practitioners and organisations within social pedagogy, theoretically and in practice.
Examples will be drawn from across England, citing the work of a variety of arts and culture practitioners/ organisations who work in partnership with the care sector.
Participants / colleagues in Northern Ireland and elsewhere will share their own experiences too, and together we will consider practice opportunities and challenges, partnership building and policy drivers for this work.
Participants will have opportunity to consider:
09:30 - 17:00
North City Business Centre
2 Duncairn Gardens
Belfast BT15 2GG
Special introductory rates:
Non-SPPA member - £35
SPPA members - £25
Students and non-wage earners - £15
SPPA in NI discussion only - free; email email@example.com