New resource released – Back after interval: tips and techniques for practitioners and performing arts workers

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New resource released to help practitioners and performing arts workers navigate the return to onsite work and live performance

Back after interval: tips and techniques for practitioners and performing arts workers

Whether we’re working, training, rehearsing, presenting or touring, we’re likely doing so after a prolonged period away.

As we navigate this return to our creative practice and work roles within a new context, it’s normal to feel a range of emotions. This will be a process of change that will be experienced differently by each of us.

The Arts Wellbeing Collective has prepared a new resource in partnership with Chris Cheers and Dr Jane Miskovic-Wheatley to support anyone returning to work in the performing arts industry.

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