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An Introduction to Developing and Sharing your Creative Practice and Audiences

Location:St Peter's Lodge, Love Lane, Wisbech
Dates/s: Saturday 30th March
Time/s: 9:30 - 14:00
For: artists, makers, craftspeople and creative practitioners
Admission: £5
An Introduction to Developing and Sharing your Creative Practice and Audiences

Join us for a creative development Skills Sharing Session for  artists, makers, craftspeople and creative practitioners.This is a facilitated networking day where you will be sharing and developing ideas, meeting other creative practitioners from the surrounding area, and finding out more about Market Place and how we can support your creative practice.

We also want to hear suggestions from you about what skills you’d like to develop to enhance your own creative practice, and the sort of skill sharing events you’d like to see Market Place offer in the future.  Market Place Creative Agents Ali and Colin will be there to chat with on the day too.


This event is for you if you’re an established and practicing artist, new to art and creative practice, a maker, craftsperson, student looking someone delivering creative activities  looking to share and develop their own skills. Our networking & skills sharing days are open to anyone wishing to contribute to building the creative offer in the market towns of Forest Heath and Fenland, and/or wishing to develop your own creative practice and audiences.


The day will be facilitated by ArtatWork CIC, and will provide an introduction to the following:

  • Find and share ways of engaging hard to reach groups, audiences and participants

  • Project planning & delivery through practical planning
  • Fundraising
  • An insight into working with vulnerable people
  • Creative evaluation, including live graphic recording from illustrator Rebecca Osborne,


ArtatWork CIC. Holly and Melanie met 12 years ago on an Art & Well-being degree course. In May 2016 they got together to create ArtatWork. They now design and deliver art workshops and projects in the community with people experiencing issues with mental and physical health, children, families and for businesses to improve confidence, self-esteem and promote well-being. They have worked for Norwich City Council, Latitude Festival and Aviva to name a few.


Tickets, which must be pre-booked, are £5 per person
This also includes all hand-outs and materials from the day, refreshments and lunch.
Travel expenses will be reimbursed upon receipt of invoice, please send all invoices to

Please book your ticket, via Eventbrite.



If you have any questions about the day, if the event will be suitable for you, or what the day will involve, please contact Florence Tong, Head of Project Delivery for Babylon Arts, at who will be happy to help

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