The plan is to share the learning from this initial pilot programme and create a regular programme bi-annually or quarterly. A regular systematic knowledge, experience and skills sharing programme in the live performance sector which includes paying freelancers to upskill AND look at how freelancers could/should contribute to the thinking, programming and strategy of organisations and the wider sector going forward. If you would like to be a partner in future programmes please get in touch email@example.com
Tom Bevan Assistant Producer Theatr Clwyd
Liara Barussi Artistic Director Jukebox Collective
Michael Carklin Academic Subject Manager for Drama, Dance Drama and Performance University of South Wales
Michelle Carwardine-Palmer Executive Director Kneehigh
Simon Coates Director Taliesin Arts Centre
Lisa Davies CEO Tanio
Elise Davison. Artistic Director & Joint CEO Taking Flight
Michael Garvey Executive Coach & Consultant. Previously Director of BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales
Matthew Gough Course Leader Dance University of South Wales
Sarah Horner CEO Hijinx Theatre
Beth House Development Director & Joint CEO Taking Flight
Rhian Hutchings CEO Anthem Music Fund Wales
Paul Keynes CEO National Dance Company Wales
Louise Miles-Payne Director Creu Cymru
Lis McLean CEO/Prif Weithredwraig Menter Iaith Merthyr Tudful, Canolfan a Theatr Soar
Catherine Paskell Artistic Director Dirty Protest
Rachel Pedley Founder & Director Avant
Karen Pimbley Head of Arts Management Programme RWCMD
Kate Strudwick Creative Director Head4Arts
Geinor Styles Artistic Director Theatr Na Nog
Leonora Thomson Freelance (Barbican & NTW) Previously Managing Director of WNO
Yvette Vaughan-Jones Freelance Consultant and Chair WNO formerly CEO Visiting Arts
Alison Woods Executive Director NoFitState Circus
This pilot programme was for freelancers working in the live performance sector in Wales who intend to continue, or begin, creating and producing their own work in the future. It is a paid opportunity to develop your learning and expertise, be mentored and for freelancers to engage in dialogue with core funded organisations.
This programme was for those who believe they would benefit from knowledge and skills sharing AND who are keen to join others in thinking about how freelancers could/should be part of the thinking, programming and strategy of organisations and the wider sector going forward.
All freelancers who took part were paid to invest the time in their own learning, development, upskilling and thinking.
We welcomed applications from those who have just graduated to those who have had a long career in the arts and cultural sector.
We wanted to hear from freelancers who seek learning and development opportunities to progress on their self-producing/creating journey and want to be part of wider sector thinking and for whom the lack of access to sharing of knowledge, skills and experience within the sector has been/ is a barrier.
We received over fifty applications from freelancers of all ages and background and abilities from across Wales and from all areas of live performance including theatre, music, rap, immersive gaming inspired work, dance, opera and comedy.
HOW PEOPLE WERE ASKED TO APPLY – WE THINK THIS IS KEY BECAUSE WE HAVE NOW HAD THE FEEDBACK THAT THIS WAS AN INCLUSIVE AND ACCESSIBLE APPLICATION PROCESS
Responses could be in submitted in English, Welsh or BSL in written or recorded audio or video formats via WeTransfer.
Applicants were encouraged to get in touch with any questions or to discuss any disability/Deaf access requirements that are needed in order to take on the work before applying please email the same address above
ALL APPLICANTS WERE CONTACTED WHETHER SUCCESSFUL OR NOT AND THEY APPRECIATED THIS CONTACT. ALL THOSE WHO WERE UNSUCCESSFUL WERE INVITED TO JOIN THE SLACK CHANNEL AND ACCESS SESSION NOTES AND RECORDINGS AND SHARED INFORMATION AND LINKS.
This pilot had funding for an initial 16 freelancers November – December 2020.
All 16 freelancers were paid a day’s fee of £250 for eight hours of their time.
The time was broken up into one and two hour slots and conducted remotely over zoom from 3rd November – 8th December 2020.
An access budget was available for disabled/Deaf freelancers.
A Welsh/English simultaneous translation service was available.
This programme was specifically targeted at Freelancers who could demonstrate they met ALL the following criteria:
We were particularly interested in receiving applications from freelancers who
Call out copy: This programme is specifically created for self-producing freelancers and freelancers running small project funded organisations in the live performance sector. You may be a director, designer, performer, technician, stage manager, producer, musician or all or more. You may have already made your own work. You may just be about to begin. You may have been running a project funded company for years or just be getting together with other freelancers to create a collective or organisation.
Nb. This was not a top-down programme. A key feature of the programme is shared learning and an open two-way dialogue between the freelance participants and those salaried professionals gifting their time. There is also space for the programme to respond and be shaped to meet the needs of the freelance participants
PILOT PROGRAMME CONTENT
ONE HOUR BLOCKS MENU
Everything I know/I wish someone had told me about….
TIMELINE & SCHEDULE
MON 9 NOV 5-6pm Welcome and introductory session
TUES 10 NOV 4-5pm ACCESS
5.30-6.30pm COLLABORATION & PARTNERSHIPS
TUES 17 NOV 4-5pm NETWORKING & INFLUENCING
TUES 24 NOV 4-5pm SHOW ME THE MONEY
5.30-6.30 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & STRUCTURES
TUES 1 DEC 4-5pm & 5.30-6.30pm
To be decided – to meet the specific needs of the cohort
TUES 8 DEC 4-6pm Shared Thinking Session – Everyone
Plus a one hour mentoring session during or after the programme
WHO WAS RUNNING THIS PROGRAMME?
Yvonne Murphy, a freelancer theatre director, producer and consultant (www.omidaze.co.uk ) in consulTation with other freelancers, individuals and organisations, has used an individual Arts Council of Wales stabilisation grant for her time to create, administrate and facilitate this programme and pay for access costs and sixteen freelancers time. The programme has been made possible with the support of Arts Council of Wales and partners (individuals and organisations) across the live performance sector giving their time for free.
EIFION AP CADNO
Eifion Ap Cadno is a Welsh actor, deviser, writer, director and producer currently based in Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taf. He has worked with numerous theatre companies in the UK and internationally.
Eifion founded Milk and Blood Theatre in 2018 to create bold, risk-taking work that inspires and empowers its audiences. Their critically-acclaimed, award-winning debut show The Dip is a psychedelic gig-comedy that playfully explores what it means to question our sexuality. Their puppet-making workshop The Imaginarium was originally aimed at children but adults enjoy it just as much.
As part of their two-week residency at the Space in February 2021, Eifion will co-produce and co-devise a new play which explores technology and social media and how they impact society and young people’s health and identity.
Eifion is in the early stages of planning a festival for A Welsh Punk Theatre Movement.
Yasmin Begum is a Welsh-Pakistani 20-something writer, activist and creative practitioner based in her home city of Cardiff, Wales. She is a graduate of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and has a deep interest in post-colonialism, grassroots community engagement, the Welsh language, and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups in Wales and beyond.
Yasmin has worked as a Programmer with Wales Millennium Centre, as a freelance creative practitioner with WOW Film Club, Gal-Dem, Hansh, Ffilm Cymru Wales and gentle/radical, along with other organisations.
In 2019, Yasmin “live tweeted” the 1919 Cardiff Race Riots on their centenary to highlight hidden narratives and histories of people of colour in Britain, which was later archived as a historically significant document in the National Archive of Wales.
Yasmin currently works with The Other Room Theatre as a Community Engagement Officer and with British Film Institute as a Youth Consultant.
Chloë Clarke is an Audio Description Consultant, Actor/Musician and Director based in Cardiff (UK) where she co-founded Elbow Room Theatre Company in 2017. Trained at the Bristol Academy of Performing Arts, Clarke is a two-time winner of Unlimited Commissions to further her study and practice of creative access in theatre, culminating in a 2018 tour of her production The Importance of Being Described…Earnestly? and the development of her own unique style of integrated audio description that she calls ‘stealth AD’. This has been integrated into original published texts such as Charley Miles’ There Are No Beginnings, originally performed at Leeds Playhouse in 2019. In 2020, she published a guide to developing visually impaired audiences, which you can read here. She subsequently founded Audio Description South Wales as an agency for describers and consultants.
Among others, she has performed and/or consulted with: Leeds Playhouse, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, Chapter Arts, Manchester Royal Exchange, Graeae Theatre Company, Sherman Cymru, Deaf and Hearing Ensemble, Wales Millennium Centre and Warner Bros. Entertainment.
Co-founder, Elbow Room Theatre Company
Equity Deaf & Disabled Members Committee 2016-present
Trustee, Disability Arts Cymru 2020-
Founder, Audio Description South Wales
EMMA DAMAN THOMAS
Emma Daman Thomas is multi-disciplinary artist based in rural Mid Wales. She is a founding member of collaborative experimental pop band Islet. Formed in 2009, Islet quickly became known for their explosive instrument-switching live performances, playing on stages from Europe to South Korea. Their third full length album ‘Eyelet’ was released on Fire Records in March 2020, was nominated for the Welsh Music Prize and won the God Is In The TV ‘Neutron Prize’.
Emma is a Keychange 2020 participant, one of 74 woman from 12 different countries selected for the development programme. Current music and sound projects include commissions of new work for Tŷ Cerdd CoDi Experimental and Lucy Rivers’ ‘Borderlands’ Pentabus production. Plus sound work with artist Freya Dooley and new music collaborations supported by Keychange EU. She also creates artwork for music and her visual practice runs alongside and into her music, sound and performance work.
I am visually impaired. I work as a freelance access consultant and also deliver visual awareness training. My company Blindspot Consultancy facilitates the provision of the same experience at the theatre for a blind or visually impaired person as a sighted person.
I am passionate to work with venues and producing companies as a critical friend to make sure blind and visually impaired people are included in this important part of culture. For venues I support staff and volunteers in how to guide and engage with a blind or vi customer as I work with the venue to look at physical and attitudinal barriers. I will also work with them to increase their knowledge in marketing, such as their websites and social media pages.
I also work with producing companies if brought in at an early stage I can work with the writer to integrate audio description into the piece, or then in the late stage development I can work with the team in rehearsals to integrate description .
Lucy is a freelance dancer from RCT. She previously trained at NSCD and toured works by Joss Arnott and Sharon Watson with Emergence – postgraduate company of University of Salford.
Lucy has worked with Ransack Dance Company for their R&D of ‘murmur’ and with National Dance Company Wales for Laboratori. She also was a dancer for Phoenix Dance Theatre’s CC Lab.
Alongside dancing, Lucy has a keen interest in creating Screendance and has had her film shown at Leeds Light Night at Yorkshire Dance
I’m a theatre maker, writer and performer who’s been collaborating and creating solo work for 6 years. I’ve worked with diverse companies including Hijinx Theatre, Tin Shed Theatre and Sherman Theatre. I’ve toured across the UK and internationally. I’ve made work for all audiences, mostly creating work that takes place outside traditional theatrical spaces. I have training in Drama & Performance making, English literature and clowning. My work uses wild audience interaction to enhance storytelling through which I create grungy, dangerous, bouffon-inspired work.
I’ve become interested in how livestreaming and the internet can be used to allow audiences to experience stories in new ways. I’ve been livestreaming a show “Don’t Play With Dead Things” that’s been exploring this during lockdown, inspired by sadistic adventure game books. .
KRYSTAL S LOWE
Krystal S. Lowe is a Bermuda-born, Wales-based dancer, choreographer, and writer with an extensive career performing and touring with Ballet Cymru throughout the United Kingdom, China and Bermuda, with Citrus Arts circus company and Ransack Dance Company. Krystal is associate lecturer at the University of South Wales and Artistic Director of Kokoro Arts Ltd.
Her choreographic practice focuses on fusing her writing with her movement practice to create dance theatre works for stage, in public spaces, and for screen.
Krystal has written, choreographed, and performed: Whimsy – her dance theatre work for family audiences – commissioned by Articulture Wales and Rewild – a dance on screen commissioned by Green Man Trust. And her screen dance film Daughters of the Sea – directed, written, and choreographed by Krystal – was commissioned by Ffilm Cymru in partnership with BBC Cymru, BBC Arts, and Arts Council Wales.
Hannah is an emerging Creative from the Rhondda valley. She is a writer and performing wanting to make work for working class audiences and artists! She is passionate about keeping theatre in RCT and creating opportunities for the people of the Rhondda!
She has experience within youth arts and this is something else she cares deeply about, as she is currently working within a residential children’s home and working through drama with vulnerable young people.
She wants to learn more about how to produce her own work, make it accessible and diverse!
Rufus Mufasa is a pioneering participatory artist, literary activist, poet, rapper,singer songwriter, theater maker, and last but not least, Mother. From Barbican Fellow to the first Future Generations Act Poet in Residence, Rufus also works internationally, securing literary residencies from Hay Literature Festival to Sweden, Finland, Indonesian, and most recently Zimbabwe, but always returns to People Speak Up in Llanelli, Wales, promoting hip hop education, performance poetry and intergenerational development. A Hull ’19 artist in conjunction with BBC Contains Strong Language, her full poetry collection titled Flashbacks and Flowers, drops this year with Indigo Dreams, and a second solo album is due in 2021. Rufus’ work explores motherhood, the spirituality of ancestry, class, climate chaos, and transgenerational/trapped trauma.
After studying sculpture and installation/ creative writing at Bath Spa by a matter of superb consequence or fate I came to start working and training with Tony Gee of Movable feast. Tony, a master in the art of collective creative exploration set the bar high in how the create the space for others to create.
I went on to study at the London school of puppetry and very luckily with Augusto Boal. I toured Europe with Los Kaos in the tribe. I toured Russia and Siberia with Clogless Lobster. The Leonardo da Vinci scheme supported me to work for Spanish puppet company, El buho, Seville and from there I went on to work for 5 years as an actress/puppeteer for Theatre in education company, Ipa, Barcelona. There I trained with master puppeteer Jordi Bertran and storyteller Numercia Rojas.
On returning to Wales I set up my own company Pypedau Vagabondi Puppets and have made shows, parades and workshops in all kinds of wonderful places from for from being storyteller in residence at an archeological dig at Bryn Celli Ddu to being puppet choreographer for Festive Roads giant puppet show in Milton Keynes. From making emotional treasure maps with a school in Aberdare to facilitating creative grief workshops in Machynlleth to travelling through space and time in a homemade Tardis in Wrexham.
I was diagnosed with a rare brain disorder, Narcolepsy in 2014 which has presented its barriers and provided its own unique blessings.
Katherine Rees is an up and coming creative in the performance industry, focusing on creating change for the better. She is a singer, producer, director and the founder and CEO/CMD of Be Extra – Wellbeing For The Arts CIC. She is also a founding member and the Vice-President for The National Student Opera Society and an ambassador for The F-List (founded by Vick Bain). In her spare time she also partakes in many working groups looking to create change mainly in opera. She recently won ‘Best Event’ in Exeter for her production of ‘The Marriage of Figaro’, assisted the debut of a new opera and has recently come back from directing in Shanghai. In her own work she likes to explore music-drama, immersive theatre and comedy.
Nye Russell-Thompson is an award winning contemporary theatre maker working in the world-celebrated British disability arts.
His alias StammerMouth was born out of the necessity for people to understand how it feels to have a speech impediment, exposing audiences to self-destructive humour, a DIY aesthetic, and really uncomfortable audience participation.
StammerMouth’s award-winning JUST A FEW WORDS tours internationally, incorporating British Sign Language, Speech-to-Text and Audio Description seamlessly AND awkwardly – an impressive feat.
Forging an artistic continuum of stark minimalism and terrible opportunistic puns, Nye creates work with other freelance professionals to discuss what is difficult to talk about, and provide opportunities for those in need.
Kyle is a working class actor from the Rhondda Valley, South Wales. He grew up in a single parent household on council estates and started his journey in the creative industry writing poetry about the things he was faced with as a youngster in this environment. He loves working on new contemporary writing and giving stories a raw representation. Kyle is passionate about diversity within the arts, especially working class voices and he wants to make sure they’re heard in the industry and that no one feels like an impostor. He wants to give the industry a truthful insight into what it’s like to be from a lower social background. Kyle is also a co-founder of Off Ya Trolley Productions, who want to champion the voices of working class artists and communities.
Naz is a Creative Director of Ziba Creative and a freelance visual artist and practitioner and qualified teacher in design and technology. With 20 years of experience working in community and education settings across a range of visual art disciplines. Also an Arts Award adviser, Facilitator for the Night Out Project, Arts Council of Wales, visiting art tutor at Llantarnam , Criw Celf and The Riverfront and Creative Agent and Practitioner for the Lead Creative Schools Scheme. Naz works as a community engagement officer with theatres and projects to support the arts in the heart of the community. Her passion lies in the power of the arts to connect, empower individuals, communities and cultures, bringing a sense of belonging. How art can transform the perception of yourself and others, promoting wellbeing and mindfulness. Naz is currently developing a community project ‘Lost Connections’ and Art Clwb online to support creativity at home. Working with others and building their confidence to develop creative skills is a driving force of her practice. “I love seeing the joy being ‘allowed’ to create can bring to someone’s day!”
Sita is a multi-disciplinary artist working across television, film and theatre. Theatre as Director: Under the Mask (Oxford Playhouse and Tamasha), Vixen by Timberlake Wertenbaker (Damsel Productions), The Edelweiss Pirates (Mountview), Queer Tales (National Theatre Wales), We Are Shadows: Brick Lane (Tamasha), The Rose and the Bulbul (Stockwood Park, Horniman and Geffrye Museums). Sita leads Tamasha’s Directors Programme. As Staff Director: Top Girls (National Theatre). As Associate: The Glee Club (Out of Joint, Kiln, Cast), Bitched (Tristan Bates); Zigger Zagger (Wilton’s Musical Hall). As Assistant Director: Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Pity (Royal Court); Mass (Southbank Centre); Peter Pan Goes Wrong (UK Tour). Sita holds a PhD from the University of Warwick and a Masters in Movement Direction from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is also a presenter on Channel 5’s milkshake! Sita is a trustee of Young Vic, Emergency Exit Arts and is on the advisory boards of Refugee Week and Movement Directors’ Association. Twitter: @sitathomas5. www.sitathomas.com
PLUS TWO FREELANCE APPLICANTS WHO ARE TAKING PART IN A NOTE TAKING CAPACITY
Canadian born Jana Holesworth began her formal studies at the University of Lethbridge, where she obtained both a Bachelor of Arts (with a major in English and a minor in French) and a Bachelor of Music. After the completion of her undergraduate degrees, Jana moved to Cardiff, Wales to attend The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where she completed her Masters of Music (in vocal performance) in 2015 under the tutelage of Gail Pearson. Since finishing her studies Jana, now studying with renowned soprano Nuccia Focile, has worked for some of the UK’s leading opera companies, performing chorus and roles for companies including Mid Wales Opera (Chorus, Eugene Onegin; Countess, The Marriage of Figaro), Iford Opera (2019 New Generation Young Artist) and West Green House Opera (La Zia, Madama Butterfly; The Queen of Eldorado, Candide; Rosalinde, Die Fledermaus). In addition to performing, Jana frequently works as a producer, director and arts administrator for various Cardiff based organizations, bringing opera and music to community members of all ages (Opera in Situ; Welsh Youth Performance Academy). She is Co-Artistic Director and Producer for Opera’r Ddraig, a female-led, non-profit opera company which aims to provide innovative opera and create opportunities for emerging creatives, particularly creatives currently underrepresented in the opera sector. Opera’r Ddraig are currently creating a digital production of Robert Fokkens’ new operatic monodrama Bhekizizwe, due to premier as part of Festival of Voice in early 2021.
Polly Preston grew up and lives in Pembrokeshire and was a member of the Torch Theatre youth theatre programme. She went on to study Character Creation and Technical Effects at the university of Hertfordshire and followed that with an MA in Performance Costume at Edinburgh College of art.
Polly is part of a theatre company called Fire Donkey Productions based in Pembrokeshire that tour around the UK. They write and perform comedy theatre, as well as other on-going projects, such as the St. David’s comedy walking tour and Monk Spotting. She also has the task of making all of the costumes and props for their various shows. As a company they have performed numerous times at the Edinburgh Fringe, won awards and even managed to perform at the Stockholm Fringe Festival in 2016.
In-between performance, Polly enjoys making all sorts of things. Most recently, pants. She has a dog, unfortunately called Boris who has written an album of dog based music. Polly is aspiring to get more comedy and arts into her rural Welsh county, and one day hopes to have an annual ‘fringe’ festival. She is currently part of comedy collective Unpronounceable Comedy, performing monthly in Pembrokeshire.
Rhaglen Beilot Meddwl o Bell a Dysgu a Datblygu ar gyfer Gweithwyr Llawrydd yn y Sector Perfformio Byw yng Nghymru
Mae’r rhaglen beilot hon ar gyfer gweithwyr llawrydd sy’n gweithio yn y sector perfformio byw yng Nghymru sy’n bwriadu parhau, neu ddechrau, creu a chynhyrchu eu gwaith eu hunain yn y dyfodol. Mae’n gyfle â thâl i ddatblygu’ch dysgu a’ch arbenigedd, i gael eich mentora ac i weithwyr llawrydd gyfathrebu gyda sefydliadau â chyllid craidd. Ymhlith pynciau’r sesiynau mae Codi Arian, Cyllidebu, Cynhyrchu, Teithio, Strwythurau Busnes a Rheoli Busnes, Rhwydweithio, Dylanwadu, Cydweithio, Partneriaethau, Mynediad, Cydraddoldeb a Chynhwysiant a Brandio, Marchnata a mwy.
Mae’r rhaglen hon ar gyfer pobl sy’n credu y byddent yn elwa o rannu gwybodaeth a sgiliau AC sy’n awyddus i ymuno ag eraill i feddwl am sut y gallai / y dylai gweithwyr llawrydd fod yn rhan o’r meddwl, y rhaglennu a’r strategaethu o fewn sefydliadau a’r sector ehangach wrth symud ymlaen.
Bydd pob gweithiwr llawrydd sy’n cymryd rhan yn cael ei dalu i fuddsoddi’r amser yn ei ddysgu, ei ddatblygiad, ei uwchsgilio a’i feddwl ei hun.
Rydym yn croesawu ceisiadau gan bobl sydd newydd raddio i’r rhai sydd wedi cael gyrfa hir yn y sector celfyddydau a diwylliannol.
Rydym ni eisiau clywed gan weithwyr llawrydd sy’n chwilio am gyfleoedd dysgu a datblygu i symud ymlaen ar eu taith hunan-gynhyrchu / creu ac sydd eisiau bod yn rhan o feddwl ehangach y sector lle y mae diffyg mynediad at rannu gwybodaeth, sgiliau a phrofiad yn y sector wedi bod / yn rhwystr.
Mae gan y peilot hwn gyllid ar gyfer 16 o weithwyr llawrydd yn y lle cyntaf.
Telir ffi diwrnod o £250 i bob un o’r 16 gweithiwr llawrydd am wyth awr o’u hamser.
Mae cyllideb mynediad ar gael i weithwyr llawrydd anabl / byddar.
Bydd gwasanaeth cyfieithu ar y pryd o’r Gymraeg i’r Saesneg ar gael.
Cysylltwch â ni os ydych am drafod eich gofynion mynediad i’r anabl / byddar
Mae’r rhaglen hon wedi’i thargedu’n benodol at weithwyr llawrydd sy’n gallu dangos eu bod yn cwrdd â’r HOLL feini prawf canlynol:
Rydych wedi’ch cofrestru yn hunangyflogedig
Mae gennym ddiddordeb arbennig mewn derbyn ceisiadau gan weithwyr llawrydd
Mae’r rhaglen hon wedi’i chreu’n benodol ar gyfer gweithwyr llawrydd a gweithwyr llawrydd sy’n cynhyrchu eu hunain sy’n rhedeg sefydliadau bach a ariennir gan brosiectau yn y sector perfformio byw. Efallai eich bod yn gyfarwyddwr, dylunydd, perfformiwr, technegydd, rheolwr llwyfan, cynhyrchydd, cerddor neu’r rhain i gyd neu fwy. Efallai eich bod eisoes wedi gwneud eich gwaith eich hun. Efallai eich bod ar fin dechrau. Efallai eich bod wedi bod yn rhedeg cwmni a ariennir gan brosiect ers blynyddoedd neu’n dod at ei gilydd gyda gweithwyr llawrydd eraill i greu sefydliad cyfunol.
D.S.. Nid rhaglen o’r brig i lawr yw hon. Un o nodweddion allweddol y rhaglen yw dysgu ar y cyd a deialog ddwy ffordd agored rhwng y cyfranogwyr llawrydd a’r gweithwyr proffesiynol cyflogedig hynny sy’n rhannu eu gwybodaeth, eu sgiliau a’u profiad. Mae lle hefyd i’r rhaglen ymateb a chael ei llunio i ddiwallu anghenion y cyfranogwyr llawrydd.
CYNNWYS Y RHAGLEN
Mentora (1 awr). Bydd pob cyfranogwr llawrydd yn cael ei baru â mentor o’i ddewis o’r rhestr o bartneriaid a bydd yn cytuno ar amser sy’n addas i’r ddwy ochr ar gyfer sesiwn fentora awr cyn 18 Rhagfyr.
DEWISIADAU BLOCIAU AWR
Popeth rwy’n ei wybod / rwy’n dymuno i rywun ddweud wrthyf am….
LLINELL AMSER AC AMSERLEN
DYDD LLUN 9 Tachwedd Sesiwn Groeso a Chyflwyno 5-6YH
DYDD MAWRTH 10 Tachwedd Dewis o flociau awr 4-5yh neu 5.30-6.30yh
DYDD MAWRTH 17 Tachwedd Dewis o flociau awr 4-5yh neu 5.30-6.30yh
DYDD MAWRTH 24 Tachwedd Dewis o flociau awr 4-5yh neu 5.30-6.30yh
DYDD Mawrth 1 Rhagfyr Dewis o flociau awr 4-5yh neu 5.30-6.30yh
DYDD MAWRTH 8 Rhagfyr Sesiwn meddwl ar y cyd 4-6pm
Ynghyd â sesiwn fentora awr yn ystod neu ar ôl i’r rhaglen orffen
PWY SY’N RHEDEG Y RHAGLEN HON?
Mae Yvonne Murphy, cyfarwyddwr theatr lawrydd, cynhyrchydd ac ymgynghorydd (www.omidaze.co.uk ) wedi defnyddio grant sefydlogi unigol ACW i greu’r rhaglen hon ac i dalu am ei hamser, ei chostau mynediad ac un ar bymtheg o weithwyr llawrydd. Mae hi wedi bod yn bosib rhedeg y rhaglen gyda chefnogaeth partneriaid (unigolion a sefydliadau) ar draws y sector perfformio byw yn rhoi o’u hamser am ddim.
Bydd partneriaid gan gynnwys Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru yn helpu i ddewis y cyfranogwyr llawrydd yn seiliedig ar y meini prawf uchod.
Y bwriad yw llunio a rhannu’r rhaglen gychwynnol hon a’r adborth, dysgu a gwerthuso dilynol ar ffurf fframwaith prototeip neu enghraifft o arfer gorau o rannu gwybodaeth systematig a rhannu sgiliau yn y sector. Mae’r prototeip hwn yn cynnwys talu gweithwyr llawrydd i uwchsgilio ac edrych ar sut y gallai / y dylai gweithwyr llawrydd gyfrannu at feddwl, rhaglennu a strategaethu o fewn sefydliadau a’r sector ehangach wrth symud ymlaen.
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