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New digital series – Alt:Shift - Learning from Lockdown – Session 1 of 3

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Best practice in Digital learning offers from the cultural sector - 3 part series

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A programme of support for arts and cultural organisations interested in developing their digital offer. Combining live panel discussion sessions with online content, and an opportunity to ask questions and discuss with a network of cultural sector proffesionals.

The first in a 3-part series, consisting of panel discussions with the opportunity to ask questions, this programme aims to help colleagues better reflect on their own digital journey and plan for a new and uncertain future. Alt:Shift will place co-learning at the heart of the programme, drawing together colleagues from across the arts, cultural and education sectors to enable exchange of ideas and practice.

As digital becomes an integrated part of our day to day, Alt:Shift aims to help the sector gain a better understanding of some of the challenges and capitalise on the opportunities now and in the future.

Session 1 - Learning from Lockdown

May 11th 11am – 12:15am

This session will explore some of the practice developed by local cultural organisations during the first lockdown. Focusing on the challenges, successes and failures of connecting and engaging with young people and audiences online, this session will be of interest to cultural organisations and providers at any stage of their digital development.

We will be joined by:

  • Lucy Bayliss, Head of Creative Programmes at Dance East
  • Stephen Billington, Head of Lifelong Learning at Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust
  • Tom Mangan from Rendered Retina Theatre

We are continually collecting and researching into what cultural providers current learning offers are, including the challenges and successes they have experienced, if you have a few minutes to answer some questions here, it would aid us in our research, our support offers and future delivery of sessions.

We are keeping an ongoing conversation with cultural providers based on this series, by sharing blog posts and supporting information via our Linked-in page, to keep up to date and utilise these resources, follow us here

To book the next session (27th May) click here

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