Mapping Mentoring in the Creative Industries - Pre and Post Covid
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Who this event is for
Join us on Tuesday the 12th of July 10.00-12.00 when we will be launching our research on Mentoring in the Creative Industries. This two-hour, virtual event is free.
The project team will be joined by:
Carys Nelkon - is an experienced senior leader with experience
in tackling social justice issues, youth engagement and supporting people to
live creative and happy lives. She is known for running mentoring programmes
and growing awards winning mentoring charity Arts Emergency, which supports underrepresented young people
into the creative industries. Carys is
also known as a trainer and facilitator, she is a Clore Leader and a Trustee of
Daisy Farris Dance Collective.
Siobhan Miller is a renowned Scottish folk singer and
the only three-time winner of Best Singer at the Scots Trad Music Awards.
In 2018 Siobhan won the Best Trad Track award at the BBC Folk Awards. Siobhan
mentors for the Traditional Arts Mentoring Programme Scotland (TRACS)
The session will include an overview of our findings on mentoring
programmes in the Creative industries, pre and post-Covid, as well as mentoring
programme insights and experiences from Carys and Siobhan. We will be sharing
insights for mentoring scheme coordinators and providing access to our research
Project team Dr Silvia
Dibeltulo, Dr James
Cateridge, Dr Judie
Gannon (PI), Sarah Gregory from Creative UK Dr Ksenia
Penchukova and Professor
The research is based on a collaboration between
Industries Research and Innovation Network at Oxford Brookes University, the International
Centre for Coaching & Mentoring Studies Oxford Brookes Business School, and Creative UK Please share with your