Worcestershire’s arts and cultural sector are inviting teachers and professionals involved in educational settings to sign up to Creativity Exchange for the chance to discuss how the curriculum can be revitalised and reenergised and take part in a variety of creative activities and workshops. 

The event is FREE and will be online using Zoom.  

About the event
  • Hear from our keynote speaker, Dr Michael Anderson. Dr Michael Anderson is Professor of Creativity and Arts Education in the Sydney School of Education and Social Work at The University of Sydney and Co-Director of the CREATE Centre. He is an internationally recognised educational leader in school transformation processes. He has taught, researched and published in education and transformation for over 20 years including 17 books and 55 book chapters and journal articles.

  • Watch 2 new commissions from Worcestershire’s young artists on the impact of arts within education.

  • Take part in a variety of 20-minute workshops and gather new innovative ideas to benefit you and your classroom.

  • Meet your local creative practitioners and organisations, who are passionate about making a difference for young people.

  • Discover more about the continuing advantages of participating in arts and culture in Worcestershire. 

The creatives and organisations you will hear from are Vamos Theatre, Dancefest, Museums Worcestershire, Translucent Dance Company, Perfect Circle Theatre, Meadow Arts, White Sock Theatre, Worcester Live, C&T and University of Gloucester. 

Booking a place and your workshops

Sign up for your FREE place by completing our online application form. In the form we ask you which three workshops you would like to take part in. You can read about the workshops available and the audiences they are aimed at in the workshop programme below. The closing date for applications is Sunday 27 June 2021. 

Download workshop programme  

Book your free place 

Further information

For further information contact Monika Cockcroft on 01905 953832 or email [email protected] 

This event is organised by Worcestershire Cultural Education Partnership