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Are you in a role where you often have to give feedback? Do you worry that you’ll hurt someone’s feelings? Do you want to find a better way to express your thoughts but still keep the listener motivated?
When getting feedback, Artists can often get confused and overloaded. It can be useful to see the process as a series of filters or as a way of clearly structuring thoughts for both the people giving and receiving the feedback.
Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process is a method for giving and getting feedback on work in progress, designed to leave the maker eager and motivated to get back to work. Through the supportive structure of its four core steps, CRP combines the power of questions with the focus and challenge of informed dialogue. The Process offers makers an active role in the critique of their own work. CRP instils ways of thinking, communicating and being that enhance all kinds of human interactions, from coaching to community dialogue, from artistic collaboration to family conversations. (lizlerman.com/critical-response-process)
There will be two opportunities to do this workshop;
12-2pm on Thursday 20 May 2021
12-2pm on Thursday 3 June 2021
The workshop will take place over 2 hours to allow for a break. Places are limited.
About Tashi Gore
Tashi Gore is a trainer and facilitator for the Liz Lerman Critical Response Process and part of the Federation of Scottish Theatre CRP facilitators network. Tashi is based in Scotland but works across the UK and Internationally.
Tashi uses CRP in multiple contexts within her work, in community, education and criminal justice contexts as well as in audience development. Her particular areas of research lie in how to lead with the values of CRP, to embed the principles into processes designed to support artistic development and in equipping practitioners with the tools to support the development of their own work.
Tashi is Associate Director at Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre and co-artistic director of Glass Performance. She co-authored A Beginner’s Guide to Devising Theatre published by Bloomsbury in 2019.