A community of practice evolves to provide a way for practitioners to share tips and best practices, ask questions of their colleagues, and provide support for each other. As the Making Time Online conversations have developed an interest has grown to look at how we might have smaller targeted conversations with each other in the online space. This month we are exploring a split room structure to enable small and collective conversations.
How can we support collective problem solving? What are our shared assets? How can we create opportunities for collective bargaining for project resources? What opportunities do we have to coordinate to lobby for support and policy engagement?
Our discussion will feed the development of our conversation program for 2020.
PLEASE RSVP FOR ZOOM LINK: https://makingtimeonlineoctober.eventbrite.com.au
Making Time Online is a series of online conversations designed to support practice discussions and self-care of community arts and cultural development practitioners in Western Australia.
These conversations, held via Zoom every two months, are presented by Creative Recovery Network and Community Arts Network (CAN) to raise awareness of and to develop and share strategies around self-care and sustainable CACD work practice.
Each online conversation focuses on a specific theme or idea, presented by a provocateur and unpacked by the group and can be attended via any mobile phone, laptop or desktop computer as long as you’ve signed up for Zoom.
Book it in your diary now, and stay tuned for details of the next session’s theme and presenter.