How to Book a workshop

Due to the pandemic we invited our friends to join our ‘Virtual High Street’. Here you could drop in and listen to our favourite creatives and doers talk about their work and projects, listen to how they have adapted their work during the Covid-19 lockdown and ask some questions yourself.

This season of talks has ended but you can read a write up of the events here: https://medium.com/colab-dudley/creative-conversations-on-the-virtual-high-street-aa8247a80c0d

And watch a few of them here: https://www.facebook.com/doingindudley/live/

Past Conversations:

24th March – How we adapt – a chat with Black Country and Birmingham-based creatives
31st March – Discovering artist William Morris with Lynda
7th April – The Doers and the Curious with photographer Laura Dicken
21st April – The importance of collaboration with poet Rick Sanders
28th April – Documentary photographer and artist Alison Baskerville
5th May – Living Memory’s Geoff Broadway
12th May – Black Country Type’s Tom Hicks
19th May – Collage artist Mark Murphy
26th May – Finding our Funny Roots with Rosalind Argo (Creative Black Country), Josiane Boutonnet (Senior Lecturer in English in the School of Humanities at the University of Wolverhampton) and Steve Pottinger (Poets, Prattlers and Pandemonialists)