Facilitation mentoring and consultancy
I trained as a forum facilitator over 10yrs ago with Cardboard Citizens and in other techniques arts organisations (Ovalhouse, Paddington Arts), before working with communities across London. I went on to design new programmes for The Children Society which had personal development and change theory at their core. I have since trained in coaching, organisational planning and facilitate a range of workshops.I enjoy leading conversations with staff, developing new long term projects and approaches new thinking at away days.
Current clients include;
Tonic - facilitating workshops across the Arts and reviewing organisational thinking
The Greater London Authority - reviewing engagement strategies around outdoor art commissions
Rambert Dance Company - designing a new talent development programme
The British Science Association - facilitating future thinking with senior staff
Working with artists - I work one on one with artists to develop new projects through one off strategic conversations. These are charged at low cost and intended to help artists think strategically about a new project or a piece of work they want to progress.
Workshops, mentoring and public speaking - I regularly mentor MFA students at Central School of Speech and Drama and really enjoy curating conversations in public. I also lead workshops in closed spaces with young people, audiences, MA students, professionals, emerging artists and producers.
Examples of past projects
Working over 2016 & 2017 with internal teams at Save the Children, I led audience research and programme design to advise the creation of a new UK wide participation programme to engage young people aged 14-25yrs old in global campaigning. I led research, reported regularly on possible avenues for the programme direction and designed workshops for organisational thinking.
Interactive & Digital
In 2016 Georgina ned introduction to Interactive Theatre at the Roundhouse as part of her role with Coney. Off the back of delivering Raindance's VR Gallery from 2016 & 17, Georgina designed and led a masterclass for Westminster's Digital and Interactive BA course on live interactive making and companies.
Designing content and facilitated workshops across a week's residency with 15 18-25yr olds alongside the Southbank team on Marketing, Activism, Producing, Partnerships, Budget, Working with Artists and Presenting. Facilitated two sessions with Jude Kelly and the group of artist & activist.
Intensive mentoring across MFA students and developing course content for the MA Creative Producing MA at Central School of Speech and Drama. Workshops delivered included curating panels, How to establish a creative start up and How to lead a portfolio career.
As a trustee of MUJU and facilitator with Three Faiths Forum I regularly lead conversations and creative projects in schools, community and arts spaces exploring where interfaith dialogue and art meet. In 2017, I established and facilitated Glass Half Full with the Young Vic/MUJU for artists & activist of faith.