We work with a number of creative practitioners whose work covers a range of art forms (from dance to film, poetry, animation, theatre, photography and other forms of visual art and craft).
If you’re an artist who’s as passionate about promoting healthy relationships and challenging gender stereotypes as we are, we’d love to hear from you.
Our current projects and featured products and services both involve workshop facilitation for a mix of target audiences, from secondary-aged young people to professionals working in a range of sectors, including teachers and others working with young people. The methods we tend to favour for workshop facilitation are creative, interactive, explorative analytical and engaging.
If you feel that you have the skills to support us when we are in need of additional facilitators, please get in touch.
As a company, Changing Relations has big plans to offer opportunities to those in our community who are keen to gain valuable experience on their path to employment. To date, we have provided internship opportunities for 6 students and recent graduates.
We are hoping in time to be able to offer regular:
- Work Placement and
- Volunteering opportunities.
Watch this space to see when these opportunities go live.
In the meantime, if you’d really, really love to work with us, drop us a message to tell us why and what you think you could contribute to our work.
We currently have no opportunities but are always on the lookout for talented individuals. If you’re interested in an opportunity to work with us, email [email protected]
|Actor Call Out: A is for Amy
A is for Amy: Casting Call
Changing Relations is casting a number of roles for their newly
This tells the story of Amy, a young person who finds themselves drawn
The play, written by Zoe Murtagh and co-produced with young people,
Young people attending the performances will also take part in a workshop supporting them to recognise the signs of unhealthy relationships and where they can access support.
|23rd August 2023 11:59pm|