Creative Industries Day

Date: 
Thu, 11/07/2019 - 10:00 - 12:30

Creative Music programme "ArtsTrain" is delighted to be working with the Churchill Theatre this summer to bring their 2019 Creative Industries Day back to Bromley.

This is a free event taking place on Thursday 11th July from 10:00am to 12:30pm at the Churchill Theatre Bromley.

The event is open to young people who are considering further study or a future career in the Creative Industries.  It will bring together a range of industry professionals to deliver a morning of talks, workshops and Q&A sessions.

Arts Train are running a free Creative Industries Day on 11th July at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley, supported by Arts Council England and the National Foundation for Youth Music.

Here young people are invited to explore different career pathways available to them in the arts and cultural industries, by meeting a range of creative professionals, taking part in workshops and gaining invaluable industry insight from Creative & Cultural Skills.


FEATURING...

• Meet the Artist Session with alt-soul songwriter and performer Tawiah (BBC Music Introducing, Worldwide Award for Best Newcomer, Cinematic Orchestra) 
• 
Musicians' Union Workshop uncovering the professional world of music and PPL/PRS royalties
• 
Virtual and Augmented Reality in Theatre Workshop with digital theatre expert James Simpson (Harry Potter and the Cursed ChildThe Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Ceremonies)
• 
Meet the Artist Session with director and producer in puppetry, physical theatre and outdoor performance Rebecca O'Brien (Knuckle and Joint,Churchill Youth Theatre)
 
Festival Management Session with Embla Gisladottir (Enchanted Children's FestivalBla Bla Productions)
• 
Tech Workshop with Churchill Theatre technicians and a crash course in preparing a venue for a live showcase

Find out more at:

https://www.bromleyebp.org.uk/uploads/asset_file/3_102_creative-industries-event-2019.pdf


Contact: 
ArtsTrain
Contact email: 
artstrain@mytimeactive.co.uk
Contact tel: 
020 8323 1707