SCOTLAND AND GHANA EMPOWER TEACHING ARTISTS FOR SWITCH ’22.

PETER ATSU ADALETEY
2 min readOct 14, 2022

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Brought to you by the International Teaching Artist Collaborative (ITAC), Performing Arts Studio Scotland (at Edinburgh College), and Dzolali Theatre House.

SWITCH is a one day online sharing symposium that brings together the next generation of Teaching Artists from Scotland and Ghana. SWITCH provides students the opportunity to: — Co-create and co-deliver-run 30-45 minute micro workshops to develop online facilitation skills.

  • Participate in up to 4 workshops that explore and celebrate cultural diversity.
  • Hear from Internationally Celebrated Teaching Artists talking about their arts practice.
  • Widen their network and Co-creative/Collaborative opportunities
  • Participate in a Q & A with ITAC’s Managing Director.
  • Celebrate Diversity

Madeleine McGirk, Managing Director of ITAC, Clara Bloomfied at Performing Arts Studio Scotland (at Edinburgh College) and Peter Atsu Adaletey at Dzolali Theatre House birthed this initiative with the core intent to strengthen the bond between Scotland and Ghana, inspire and strengthen emerging Voices and more importantly, to broaden the field of Teaching Artistry.

SWITCH comes off on 3rd November, 2022 via zoom. Teaching Artists and Artistes are welcome to freely participate:

Registration form to attend SWITCH as a participant:

Attention all who may desire to facilitate a workshop on the SWITCH Symposium:

Please, it shouldn't be a lecture-base

It should be participatory. Please see forms below:

SWITCH

Registration form to attend SWITCH as a participant:

https://forms.gle/qhNKHAZBQVfVqSC2A

Workshop proposal form to present a session at SWITCH:

https://forms.gle/3VFynZACSrtVJrUY8

For details or having a challenge getting access to the forms, kindly contact us via madeleine@itac-collaborative.com

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PETER ATSU ADALETEY

A creative thinker, versatile artiste and talent coach