1525 DIY: How to plan eventsPast, Young People, Workshop Tue 19 Sep, 5pm–6.30pm
Focusing on the logistics needed to make an event happen, we’ll delve into the process of planning. This session will be largely fuelled by our conversations, focusing on our shared knowledge and experiences through which we’ll explore:
- how different dates and times can impact your event
- things to consider when choosing venues
- managing working with others, be it speakers or co-facilitators
- crafting marketing materials which resonate with your audience
- what timelines and deadlines to set yourself
- getting the most of your budget and where to gain support
Lastly, we’ll discuss how to do all this while keeping your attendee’s needs and your own values in mind. You don’t need to have a clear event idea to join, you can simply use this space for brainstorming, exploration or inspiration. Throughout our conversation we’ll be connecting our ideas on paper, resulting in a big collaborative paper map which we’ll build on throughout this 1525 DIY series.
Free for all. This event is aimed at 15-25 year olds. Booking is required.
Find information about getting here and our building access and facilities here.
There are no audio descriptions for this event.
If you have any questions around access or have specific access requirements we can accommodate, please get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 0115 948 9750
Safety during your visit
Due to COVID precautions, please do not attend this event if you/someone in your household is currently COVID-19 positive, has suspected symptoms, or is awaiting test results.
Staff and visitors are welcome to wear a face covering in all areas.
Sonia Tyrna (she/her) is a queer and Polish ceramic artist, Co-Founder of a social enterprise Collaborative Future providing space and support for people to find value and be valued in their work and of Zesty’s Collective, a Nottingham queer collective. Through her ceramic practice, she has hosted skill swaps with other makers and has ran workshops for young people sharing her love for clay. At Collaborative Future, she frequently plans and and facilitates various one-off workshops, entire programmes of events and spaces for peer learning for unemployed and underemployed young people, as well as for our local Nottingham freelance community. Working with her team she has experience co-facilitating training for organisations on collaboration and communication in the workplace too. With Zesty’s Collective, she regularly plans and hosts various creative workshops and crafternoons for the Nottingham LGBTQIA+ and questioning community.