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System Change: I have a dream…..
SYSTEM CHANGE: I have a dream….. I love working with and for creative people and organisations. Currently I work part-time and freelance so that I can be around for my children too. My availability doesn’t allow me to be in the … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged arts development, children's theatre, community arts, early years theatre Leave a comment
Do I KNOW you?
There’s a deep joy to be found in REALLY knowing people (dead or alive) and knowing things about yourself but from time to time perhaps you need to put that knowing out there….. Recently my Dad’s best friend died very suddenly – … Continue reading
Originally posted on Parliament of Dreams:
The most potent contribution that this new field of arts practice can make is the revelation of just how creative community health can be. Arts Development on Community Health, A Social Tonic, Mike White…
Teaching in a Refugee Camp. Part 2
Teaching in a Refugee Camp. Part 2.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Happiness, leadership, management, neoliberalism, PhD, research, resignation, theatre, timemanagement, wellbeing, Yorkshire, Youth Work, youthwork Leave a comment
It won’t take long for this to become apparent but by way of a disclaimer I will start by pointing out that I am not, and nor do I fancy myself as, a mathematician or a lifestyle guru. I just … Continue reading
Every Day is Fieldwork
Hello and longtime no blog…. well in September we launched Orangebox (please visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CE9oWHg5xQ) and since then we have been open 7 days a week, welcomed our tenants, established a hires service, and offered 28 hours of Members Only access … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Calderdale, Halifax, leadership, logotherapy, management, Melbourne, PhD, research, Signal, spiritual well-being, Viktor Frankl, Yorkshire Leave a comment
Spoken word poets I have seen at TED – #SarahKay #ShaneKoyczan
Originally posted on Marcus Romer's work & blog:
So – trawling through the archives of this blog I came across these two brilliant talks I saw at TED back in 2011 – with Sarah Kay and this year 2013…
Three Dirty Words
As a form of therapy I highly recommend blogging to all PhD researchers. As opposed to academic writing, in a blog: I don’t need to unpack terms all the time – I can just say stuff that I think or feel without … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged leadership, logotherapy, management, Oliver Burkeman, PhD, Pierre Bourdieu, Redcar, research spiritual well-being, The Guardian, theatre, therapy, Viktor Farnkl 1 Comment
Halifax is not California
Halifax is not California.