Tickets On Sale from Mon 9 Nov, 12pm
Zoom Workshop: 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Digital online events and hybrid events are all the rave now and has provided so many of us, world-wide, with the opportunity to remain connected and entertained in a Covid world. Whilst digital online events pose their own set of challenges (much like live, public events do), they certainly have proven to bring about many positives and rewards for producers, creatives and audiences alike.
Whether you’re planning to produce your very own online festival/event or just curious to know what processes are involved and how different these are to producing live events, this is the workshop for you!
Get ready to hear what it’s like behind the scenes when producing an online festival/event and explore together how we can all navigate new ways of working in this interactive workshop with Birmingham based Producer, Paige Jackson (she/her).
Paige Jackson was one of the Producers of the third WMWeekender online festival.
About Paige Jackson (She/Her)
@psjack/psjack17 (LinkedIn/ Twitter & Instagram)
Southside Producers graduate Paige has over 10 years’ experience working across the education and arts & culture sectors. Whilst working independently, Paige has long-term relationships and regularly produces for regional West Midlands companies: Curiosity Productions, Outdoor Places Unusual Spaces and Bertz Associates.
Paige’s Producing portfolio spans from providing one-to-one access support for individual artists right the way through to producing large city-wide festivals and more recently online, digital festivals.
Paige is driven by several passions, including: mentoring, supporting and promoting responsible work practises and environments; advocating for mental health awareness and support; community engagement and participation in arts and culture; improving children and young peoples access to a wide range of recreational, educational and professional opportunities; championing and working towards better representation and inclusion of systemically marginalised communities and individuals.
You will be sent a Zoom link, meeting ID and password at 9am on the day of the event via email. This information will be sent to the email address on the account used when signing up to this event, if you have any questions or accessibility requests please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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