Equipping you with the collaborative, practical and professional skills to shift into a career in the Arts and Creative Industries.
Equipping you with the collaborative, practical and professional skills to shift into a career in the Arts and Creative industries
Why should I take part?
SHIFT is a progressive week of interactive workshops, activities and break-out conversations and reflections facilitated by leaders in design innovation, performing and production arts, screen, curation and creative project management – among others.
Working with your peer group from several institutions, across a range of disciplines and different skills, SHIFT is designed to equip you with the collaborative, practical, creative and business skills that will support you to make the shift from being a student to becoming an independent professional practitioner in the cultural and creative industries.
SHIFT 2020 goes fully Digital
How Will It Work?
Online and Interactive
The effect of COVID19 means that being able to articulate, present, promote and manage your own creative career is more crucial than ever. You need to feel confident about your creativity and your purpose and to be armed with practical skills and knowledge that will enable you to forge your own path and carve your living from your creativity.
The post-COVID world needs proactive creatives like never before. You could make a difference in the world. SHIFT 2020 aims to give you the tools to learn how.
You decide the shape of your learning
Enjoy short lively teaching sessions with regular break-out sessions, giving you access to professional practitioners more closely associated with your own specialism/s or stage of development. This means you that you’ll be effectively co-curating your SHIFT programme enabling you to gain advice and perspective from those working in fields of most interest to you.
Talks and presentations from professionals in your field
You can choose from key presentations offered by a variety of speakers.
Learning by doing
You will be engaged in activities with your cohort so that you will be doing, discussing, creating and contributing rather than just listening.