For many of us, meeting online is the new normal, and it is likely to stay that way for some time to come, or possibly even forever! So how do we make that online frame a more playful, more enjoyable…more human experience? In this free experimental workshop Oliver will be teaming up with director, performer and clowning practitioner Robyn Hambrook to run through a series of exercises to help you approach presenting online in a more playful way. We will get into things like…
- Warming up the voice and body
- Playful ways to connect to our audience
- Training spontaneity and embracing mistakes
By the end of the workshop we want you to have a fresh perspective on and renewed confidence in presenting in this strange online world.
This workshop will be free to attend. If you enjoy it and are able, we will be inviting you to make a small donation to help pay the bills.
We deliver this event on Zoom. Please book on Eventbrite. From your Eventbrite confirmation you will receive instructions to register on Zoom. We take this extra registration step as a security precaution for online delivery.
About the trainers
Robyn is a New Zealand performance artist, director, teacher and producer based in the UK. With over fifteen years’ experience, her passion lies in physical theatre, circus and street arts. Participation has formed the centre for her work, whether by involving community & artists in the creative process or creating work that asks the audience to become involved. Robyn enjoys the power of the arts to inspire and for people to be active participants in theatre, empowering them to realise their own creative potential.
Robyn’s portfolio of work has taken place across the globe, from New Zealand and Australia to the UK and Europe, from Central and South America to the islands of the Pacific.
Oliver Broadbent is an expert facilitator and trainer in design thinking for the built environment.
Oliver is creator of Eiffel Over – a collection of writing, broadcasts, performances and workshops on creativity and philosophy for engineers and other humans. Through Eiffel Over, Oliver aims to inspire people to rise to the challenge of the climate and biodiversity crises and to give them the practical creative problem-solving skills to do so.
He is Founder and Director of engineering training consultancy Constructivist. He also works with universities including Cambridge, Bath and Imperial to develop innovative approaches to curriculum design and delivery.
Oliver has co-authored a series of good practice teaching guides for the Royal Academy of Engineering on experience-led learning, e-learning for engineers, effective industrial engagement in engineering education and how to teach sustainability.
He is a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor at Imperial College, London.