Parents in the Performing Arts Coffee Morning
National Theatre of Scotland
Deadline: 26 May 2017 at 09:30
Join other parents/carers/child-minders from theatre backgrounds at an informal coffee morning at Rockvilla on Friday 26th May 2017 from 9.30am to 11am.
We would love hear from parents/carers with school age children, those who have other family members whom they having caring responsibilities for and or those who offer ad hoc child care services to those working in the industry.
Pre-school children are also welcome to attend and a crèche* will be provided.
A CHANCE TO RELAX, SOCIALISE, CONNECT WITH THE THEATRE SECTOR AND CHAT TO OTHER PRACTITIONERS
THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND’S NEW FACILITY ON THE BANKS OF THE FORTH AND CLYDE CANAL, GLASGOW
To attend please email Mahri Reilly – Mahri.firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, the areas of theatre-making that you have been involved with, currently, or in the past, the names and ages of your child/children and whether you would like to take up a crèche place.
*There are 15 crèche places available.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.Tea and coffee available – please bring snacks for your child/children. This is the final coffee morning of three held at Rockvilla for parent/carers this spring.
This initiative is part of a pilot research strand run by National Theatre of Scotland, one of 15 UK partners, in conjunction with the Parents in Performing Arts (PIPA) Best Practice Research Project. The overall aim of the research is to identify barriers facing carers working in the performing arts, and to investigate practical ways of reducing them. The outcome will be a Best Practice Charter to be embedded in the Family Arts Standards.
Parents in Performing Arts campaigns for equal opportunities and access for parents and carers working in the performing arts. It aims to achieve sustainable change in attitudes and practices in order to attract, support and retain a more diverse and flexible workforce. A full list of PIPA’s aims and objectives can be found at http://www.pipacampaign.com/manifesto/ The National Theatre of Scotland is committed to supporting the community of people in the arts with caring responsibilities, initially through dialogue and research, to seek solutions to achieve greater participation in the industry.
Location: Glasgow City
The deadline is Friday 26 May 2017 at 09:30.