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Introducing Everyday Creatives Masterclasses: Unlock Your Creative Potential!

Calling all young creatives aged 15-25!

Join us for our new series of Everyday Creatives Masterclasses! Over the next few months, practitioners and professionals working in creative careers will be joining us to share their inspiring journeys, answer YOUR questions and conduct FREE engaging workshops.

Head over to our website to find out more about each event, or read on!


We've got a jam-packed schedule from November - March 24, with Q&As, interactive sessions, creative panels and presentations, and we're excited to introduce you to our very special guests:

Thursday 9th November, 5pm-7pm - Claye Bowler

Mainly working with sculpture but also mixing in performance, film, photography and drawing, Claye will be sharing his journey into how he collects experiences through casting, embodying and archiving and how working in the museum sector alongside feeds into his practice.

Find out more about Claye's work here.

Book tickets for his Masterclass here.


Thursday 30th November, 5pm-7pm - Northern Heart Films

Natasha and Scott are both filmmakers who run a successful film company called Northern Heart Films. They have made a wide range of films and documentaries, such as the multiple award-winning Joy Uncensored which features the oldest ever female battle rapper. Natasha and Scott will present some of their films as well as discuss what life is like as a filmmaker and how they started their careers in the industry.

Find out more about Northern Heart Films' work here.

Book tickets for their Masterclass here.


Thursday 14th December, 5pm-7pm - Louise Fazackerley

Louise Fazackerley is a writer and performer working in the world of literature, festivals, theatre and art, often collaborating with other artists to create large installations and costumes that go alongside her poetry. Louise will be treating our Everyday Creatives to a short creative writing masterclass as well as sharing the ways to make money from your artistic passions, and how to collaborate with artists who work in different mediums.

Find out more about Louise's work here.

Book tickets for her Masterclass here.


Thursday 11th January, 5pm-7pm - Creatives Panel

Don’t fancy being an artist but still want to work in the creative sector? We will be handing the mic over to a panel of industry creatives as they discuss their career pathways. We’re excited to welcome Everyday’s own Creative Director, Louise Robson, Contact MCR’s CEO and Artistic Director Keisha Thompson, The Old Court’s Artistic Director, Jonny Davenport and Wigan Council’s Culture Team. Join us for an inspiring Q&A and an insight into careers you may have not considered before!

Book tickets for this Masterclass here.


Thursday 14th March, 5pm-7pm - Ella Louise Jones

Ella Louise Jones is a visual artist working in Wales and the North West of England, making interactive and play-centred artwork for exhibitions and facilitating workshops in different education settings. Ella will be sharing her journey into her arts practice career and how she works alongside this in a part-time technician’s role in a university.

Find out more about Ella's work here.

Book tickets for her Masterclass here.


What is Everyday Creatives?

Everyday Creatives is a programme intended to support young people aged 15-25 to gain experience in creative workplaces, develop arts leadership skills, and receive respite from academia through creative and cultural activities.

Join us by signing up to our WhatsApp broadcast where we’ll be sharing bitesize info and ways for you to get involved:

What can you expect from joining Everyday Creatives?

  • The chance to get hands-on experience in creative workplaces

  • Develop your skills in arts leadership

  • A much-needed respite from academia

  • Incredible opportunities to explore your creativity


Everyday Creatives is produced by Everyday with support from Wigan Council.


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