Wednesday, 7 November 2018 from 13:00-17:00
Please note: This is not one not to miss for creatives, all creatives will highly benefit from attending this event.
Kick-starting the November schedule with Equity’s City Campus Launch on 7th November!
We invite you to join us in the creative location, based in the heart of Bristol City (Opposite the Central Library)
*Open to BAME students, professional and entrepreneurs.
This event is FREE, catered with delicious Caribbean food, also exhibiting a range of talented local BAME artists.
An afternoon of coaching and workshops delivered to you by a range of talented and successful BAME professionals:
Mena is a purposeful coach, motivational speaker and activist.
Founder of The OJiJi Purple Project Ltd, an enterprise focused on Creativity, everyday activism and connecting community, specifically for women of African and Caribbean heritage. She is also the creator of the South West’s Black Girl Convention.
Mena will be delivering performance coaching combined with value led leadership skills and talent development.
Pat is a TV host, radio broadcaster and recording artist and all-round Media Mogul based here in Bristol. He is the director and station manager of Bristol-based BCFM radio and a broadcaster on BBC Radio, BCFM and Made Television.
Pat will be providing a workshop on how to build your profile as a Creative Practitioner.
Zahra Ash Harper
Zahra is a Producer, providing support for current residents. She designs and delivers programmes and events which bring people into the Studio, with particular focus on growing and engaging a diverse community.
Zahra will be delivering a workshop on navigating the Creative Industries.
Booking is essential to confirm a place, so don’t miss out!
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