Photoworks LGBTQ+ workshop in Brighton for Teachers / Youth Workers
Published on 24 September 2017
FREE event in Brighton for Teachers and Youth Workers
exploring LGBTQ+ issues in school and youth settings
4.15 - 6.45pm, Wednesday, 11 October 2017
With Dean Atta and Annis Joslin
University of Brighton
154-155 Edward Street
A practical, artist-led workshop providing teachers and youth workers with a range of high-quality, creative tools for tackling LGBTQ+ issues in school and youth settings. This twilight CPD event is run by Photoworks and accompanies the Into The Outside heritage youth project.
Who is the event suitable for?
The session is designed for all youth workers, teachers delivering the Citizenship or PSHE Curriculum, and those running LGBTQ+ youth groups. All interested professionals are welcome. Please feel free to pass this invitation to any interested colleagues.
What will the workshop involve?
No prep or materials are required. Facilitated by influential writer and performer, Dean Atta, and experienced artist filmmaker and facilitator, Annis Joslin, activities will include creative writing and photography. The session will provide guidance, advice and ideas for professionals working with young people who want to raise awareness of and explore LGBTQ+ issues. Participants will also be given access to a range of new resources to help them plan their own lessons or activities.
What is Into the Outside?
Into the Outside is a heritage-learning project with local young people examining Brighton & Hove’s LGBTQ+ past and creating a new archive of queer youth experiences for the city. The project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and delivered by Photoworks in collaboration with Brighton & Hove Libraries Services, the Mass Observation Archive and the East Sussex Record Office. Many other organisations from across the city are also involved including local schools, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Queer in Brighton and Allsorts Youth Project.
How much will the workshop cost?
The workshop is FREE but places are limited
How to book
To book your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: This event has been rescheduled from the original, and fully booked session, Wednesday 19 July 2017.