WebEx: Small venues, individual artists, theatre companies and the public: How COVID19 and its aftermath will impact on the artistic and cultural life of Britain
This third of four Webinars dealing with the Covid19 situation was entirely different to the others in the series. Its departure from the commercial ramifications of the virus to the human and social challenges associated with the creation of a new normal and the interdisciplinary approach associated with this was heartening as it tended to point to good practice rather than the doom and gloom often associated with such gatherings. The panel, Sam Oldham the Commercial and Operations Director at the Roundhouse, Kaya Money the Executive Director from Camden Peoples Theatre, Kris Nelson the Artistic Director/CEO LIFT Festival, Indhu Rubasingham the Artistic Director from Kiln Theatre, Danny Rolph a well-known contemporary artist and Richard Beale a chartered safety practitioner from RB Health & Safety Solutions were attuned to the infinite permutations which were available to speak to during the session and provided cautious but relevant examples and notions of good practice which helped those attending the session. Thank you to all of the Panel, Toby at Cranfield University, and the marketing teams at MOM and university for making this such a great event. Also, thank you to those who watched online and for your comments about the event, very inspiring.
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