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Mothers Who Make – Welcome back to the building: September 2021

We hope you have had a lovely summer. We are delighted to say Mothers Who Make is now back in the building! 

On 20 September you are invited to join this inspiring and growing initiative and we’d also love it if you brought a friend too.

Please feel free to bring along your children, of any age, whether they are inside you, beside you or running around the room!

During and post Covid 19 the hub has, and will, be needed more than ever as we navigate our roles in this evolving world of change and uncertainty, but also possibility.

 

Next Session;

Monday 20 September 2021, 10.30-12.30

This session will  take place at HOME in the Event Space and facilitated by Alice Robinson.

To celebrate being able to meet in person again, we’ll be having tea/coffee and sweet stuff on arrival.

We will limit numbers to ensure that there is plenty of space for those who would like to remain socially distanced to do so.

If you wish to join please email Alice on robinson_alice@hotmail.com

 

More about Mothers Who Make

Mothers Who Make (MWM) is a peer support group and creative exchange session for mothers who are artists – professional and/or passionate – writers, painters, actors, dancers, filmmakers, photographers…every kind of maker welcome, and every kind of mother.

The sessions, which have gathered momentum over the past few years, aim to give creative mothers the chance to explore their practice in a room with their child. Professional connections have been formed and led to the beginning of joint projects between participants – so it’s a great way to meet and collaborate with other mothers from different creative backgrounds.

 

About Alice Robinson

Alice is a theatre maker, teacher and movement practitioner with a 4 year old son Arthur. She works at drama schools, co runs The Performers Playground and Les Femmes Ridicule Theatre company.

“Mothers who make has been invaluable for me and so many mothers as we have grown into our dual roles of mother and maker and long may it reign!”