“The Show Must Go On”¬† – An Interactive Workshop in Developing COVID-19 Systems of Work for Arts Events

  • Location: Online
  • Date: Thursday September 24th

Cost: 0.00

“The Show Must Go On’¬† – An Interactive Workshop in Developing COVID-19 Systems of Work for Arts Events with Event Risk and Production Manager √Čanna Whelan.

With the COVID-19 Pandemic ongoing, the need for artists and event organisers to adapt their practice in order to continue to create work has become evident. This interactive workshop, part seminar, part conversation, aims to equip artists and event organisers alike with the knowledge, methodologies and support to confidently tackle the difficulties posed by the ongoing pandemic. The workshop aims to provide participants with an understanding of COVID-19 and methodologies for combatting its spread, their responsibilities to their fellow artists and arts practitioners, the implementation of COVID-19 worksafe protocols in the workplace and how events might be planned to ensure maximum resilience to the ongoing pandemic. This workshop is open to artists and art practitioners of all disciplines, as well as event planners, organisers and promoters.

 

Topics included:

  • COVID-19 Background
  • Methods of combating COVID-19
  • Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Planning an event
  • Pre Production Period
  • Rehearsals
  • Fit Up and Production
  • Show Operation & The Public
  • Risk Management Strategy & Assessment

 

√Čanna Whelan is an Event Risk and Production Manager, now based in Dublin. Having first trained as an Audio Engineer and then Theatre Technician, he went on to join the international festival circuit, taking management positions at the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals. After returning to Ireland his attention turned to international and national touring productions, taking shows to Brisbane Arts Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Montr√©al Just for Laughs and Glastonbury to name a few. √Čanna is currently enrolled in a Master of Science in Emergency Management in DCU, and continues to work in the international and national arts festival world. In 2020 he founded his own Event Risk and Production Management company; Ex Machina Events”

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Cost: 0.00

“The Show Must Go On’¬† – An Interactive Workshop in Developing COVID-19 Systems of Work for Arts Events with Event Risk and Production Manager √Čanna Whelan.

With the COVID-19 Pandemic ongoing, the need for artists and event organisers to adapt their practice in order to continue to create work has become evident. This interactive workshop, part seminar, part conversation, aims to equip artists and event organisers alike with the knowledge, methodologies and support to confidently tackle the difficulties posed by the ongoing pandemic. The workshop aims to provide participants with an understanding of COVID-19 and methodologies for combatting its spread, their responsibilities to their fellow artists and arts practitioners, the implementation of COVID-19 worksafe protocols in the workplace and how events might be planned to ensure maximum resilience to the ongoing pandemic. This workshop is open to artists and art practitioners of all disciplines, as well as event planners, organisers and promoters.

 

Topics included:

  • COVID-19 Background
  • Methods of combating COVID-19
  • Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Planning an event
  • Pre Production Period
  • Rehearsals
  • Fit Up and Production
  • Show Operation & The Public
  • Risk Management Strategy & Assessment

 

√Čanna Whelan is an Event Risk and Production Manager, now based in Dublin. Having first trained as an Audio Engineer and then Theatre Technician, he went on to join the international festival circuit, taking management positions at the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals. After returning to Ireland his attention turned to international and national touring productions, taking shows to Brisbane Arts Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Montr√©al Just for Laughs and Glastonbury to name a few. √Čanna is currently enrolled in a Master of Science in Emergency Management in DCU, and continues to work in the international and national arts festival world. In 2020 he founded his own Event Risk and Production Management company; Ex Machina Events”

Category:

“The Show Must Go On’¬† – An Interactive Workshop in Developing COVID-19 Systems of Work for Arts Events with Event Risk and Production Manager √Čanna Whelan.

With the COVID-19 Pandemic ongoing, the need for artists and event organisers to adapt their practice in order to continue to create work has become evident. This interactive workshop, part seminar, part conversation, aims to equip artists and event organisers alike with the knowledge, methodologies and support to confidently tackle the difficulties posed by the ongoing pandemic. The workshop aims to provide participants with an understanding of COVID-19 and methodologies for combatting its spread, their responsibilities to their fellow artists and arts practitioners, the implementation of COVID-19 worksafe protocols in the workplace and how events might be planned to ensure maximum resilience to the ongoing pandemic. This workshop is open to artists and art practitioners of all disciplines, as well as event planners, organisers and promoters.

 

Topics included:

  • COVID-19 Background
  • Methods of combating COVID-19
  • Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Planning an event
  • Pre Production Period
  • Rehearsals
  • Fit Up and Production
  • Show Operation & The Public
  • Risk Management Strategy & Assessment

 

√Čanna Whelan is an Event Risk and Production Manager, now based in Dublin. Having first trained as an Audio Engineer and then Theatre Technician, he went on to join the international festival circuit, taking management positions at the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals. After returning to Ireland his attention turned to international and national touring productions, taking shows to Brisbane Arts Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Montr√©al Just for Laughs and Glastonbury to name a few. √Čanna is currently enrolled in a Master of Science in Emergency Management in DCU, and continues to work in the international and national arts festival world. In 2020 he founded his own Event Risk and Production Management company; Ex Machina Events”

Tuesday February 9th 

Time 10am – 1pm (with breaks)

Platform: Zoom

 

For further information contact:
Leslie Ryan
Creative Frame Project Manager,
Leitrim County Council Arts Office,
√Āras an Chontae, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim
T: +353 (0)87- 2832707
E: creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com W: www.creativeframe.eu

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“The Show Must Go On’¬† – An Interactive Workshop in Developing COVID-19 Systems of Work for Arts Events with Event Risk and Production Manager √Čanna Whelan.

With the COVID-19 Pandemic ongoing, the need for artists and event organisers to adapt their practice in order to continue to create work has become evident. This interactive workshop, part seminar, part conversation, aims to equip artists and event organisers alike with the knowledge, methodologies and support to confidently tackle the difficulties posed by the ongoing pandemic. The workshop aims to provide participants with an understanding of COVID-19 and methodologies for combatting its spread, their responsibilities to their fellow artists and arts practitioners, the implementation of COVID-19 worksafe protocols in the workplace and how events might be planned to ensure maximum resilience to the ongoing pandemic. This workshop is open to artists and art practitioners of all disciplines, as well as event planners, organisers and promoters.

 

Topics included:

  • COVID-19 Background
  • Methods of combating COVID-19
  • Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Planning an event
  • Pre Production Period
  • Rehearsals
  • Fit Up and Production
  • Show Operation & The Public
  • Risk Management Strategy & Assessment

 

√Čanna Whelan is an Event Risk and Production Manager, now based in Dublin. Having first trained as an Audio Engineer and then Theatre Technician, he went on to join the international festival circuit, taking management positions at the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals. After returning to Ireland his attention turned to international and national touring productions, taking shows to Brisbane Arts Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Montr√©al Just for Laughs and Glastonbury to name a few. √Čanna is currently enrolled in a Master of Science in Emergency Management in DCU, and continues to work in the international and national arts festival world. In 2020 he founded his own Event Risk and Production Management company; Ex Machina Events”

Tuesday February 9th 

Time 10am – 1pm (with breaks)

Platform: Zoom

 

For further information contact:
Leslie Ryan
Creative Frame Project Manager,
Leitrim County Council Arts Office,
√Āras an Chontae, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim
T: +353 (0)87- 2832707
E: creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com W: www.creativeframe.eu

Share this Opportunity

“The Show Must Go On’¬† – An Interactive Workshop in Developing COVID-19 Systems of Work for Arts Events with Event Risk and Production Manager √Čanna Whelan.

With the COVID-19 Pandemic ongoing, the need for artists and event organisers to adapt their practice in order to continue to create work has become evident. This interactive workshop, part seminar, part conversation, aims to equip artists and event organisers alike with the knowledge, methodologies and support to confidently tackle the difficulties posed by the ongoing pandemic. The workshop aims to provide participants with an understanding of COVID-19 and methodologies for combatting its spread, their responsibilities to their fellow artists and arts practitioners, the implementation of COVID-19 worksafe protocols in the workplace and how events might be planned to ensure maximum resilience to the ongoing pandemic. This workshop is open to artists and art practitioners of all disciplines, as well as event planners, organisers and promoters.

 

Topics included:

  • COVID-19 Background
  • Methods of combating COVID-19
  • Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Planning an event
  • Pre Production Period
  • Rehearsals
  • Fit Up and Production
  • Show Operation & The Public
  • Risk Management Strategy & Assessment

 

√Čanna Whelan is an Event Risk and Production Manager, now based in Dublin. Having first trained as an Audio Engineer and then Theatre Technician, he went on to join the international festival circuit, taking management positions at the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals. After returning to Ireland his attention turned to international and national touring productions, taking shows to Brisbane Arts Festival, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Montr√©al Just for Laughs and Glastonbury to name a few. √Čanna is currently enrolled in a Master of Science in Emergency Management in DCU, and continues to work in the international and national arts festival world. In 2020 he founded his own Event Risk and Production Management company; Ex Machina Events”

Tuesday February 9th 

Time 10am – 1pm (with breaks)

Platform: Zoom

 

For further information contact:
Leslie Ryan
Creative Frame Project Manager,
Leitrim County Council Arts Office,
√Āras an Chontae, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim
T: +353 (0)87- 2832707
E: creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com W: www.creativeframe.eu