How to: Deliver Successful Workshops and Workshop Series
(Sunday) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time
TAFE QLD Southbank Campus
66 Ernest Street, South Brisbane, QLD, 4101
This workshop gives you the time and processes to look at what aspects of your arts practice would make a good workshop or series. Learn how to undertake community-based research to
This workshop gives you the time and processes to look at what aspects of your arts practice would make a good workshop or series.
Learn how to undertake community-based research to gauge demand and tailor your content to suit and inspire audiences. Delve into the detail on how to prepare yourself and your participants for your planned event/s, and how to communicate, facilitate and present information in an engaging way (that won’t put people to sleep!).
You’ll discover effective ways to follow up with participants afterwards so the learning doesn’t stop and you can glean feedback. From putting together resource kits to garnering the basics of facilitation, this workshop gives you confidence to enable learners and develop an income stream from your practice. If you’re thinking about applying for FAA’s Touring Artists program, this preparatory session is highly recommended.
$75 ($60 for Flying Arts Members)
At the end of this workshop you will walk away with an understanding of how to:
– Analyse which aspect/s of your arts practice would make a good workshop
– Look at what is needed in the community (market research)
– Tailor your content to suit your audience (flexibility)
– Be well prepared and prepare your participants (resource kits/materials)
– Communicate, facilitate and present information in a way that engages your participants (and won’t put them to sleep!)
– Follow up after the workshop (the ‘learning’ doesn’t stop)
Participants to Bring:
– Lunch or snacks – there are food establishments within walking distance of the venue if preferred
– Any existing ideas or marketing materials
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided.
Sonia Louise Cozens is a creative industries lecturer, workshop facilitator, mentor and consultant with over 13 years of Tertiary, VET and facilitation experience. Sonia has lectured with Tafe Qld, JMC Academy, QUT, Queensland School of Film and Television, and has been commissioned to teach and mentor across a variety of local governments and non-profit arts organisations. Equipped with a Masters in Arts & Entertainment Management and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Professional Writing, Sonia’s passion for arts and cultural advocacy is demonstrated through her lifelong commitment to the creative industries.
Also an arts practitioner, Sonia is an AWGIE Award nominated and internationally credited writer. She has been commissioned to develop, write and consult across a broad range of content including projects aired on the ABC and Network Ten. Currently completing her Masters in International and Community Development, Sonia is planning to make South East Asia her new home and utilise her creative skills towards helping others in developing countries forge a sustainable income through the arts.