Native Creatives Summer 2021 Programme

Native Creatives Summer Term 2021 Programme will take place 15-17 June 2021.

Over three evenings of events, expert guest speakers from the creative and academic worlds will deliver twilight sessions aimed at enriching, expanding and strengthening personal and professional practice.

Each term we curate our sessions around a theme that comes out of speaking to our audience. Our theme this term is:

“Making Positive Change: Advocacy, subversion, pioneership”


What is it?

Native Creative is a termly series of sessions developed by Festival Bridge and aimed at teachers and educators. The workshops and discussions led by notable speakers are a place to learn, share and discover – it’s not your traditional CPD! We want teachers to explore both their personal and professional practice, remembering you are not only educators but creatives too.

Who is it for?

We’ve designed this programme specifically for any creative arts teacher, primary arts lead, artist educator and any teacher and educators who are creative or want to develop their creativity. The programme is open to educators at any stage of their careers from PGCE, freelance educator or headteacher, and across all key stages.

Native Creatives: In Conversation

Can’t wait till June? Head to the Festival Bridge Youtube channel to watch ‘Native Creatives: In Conversation’, a discussion on the importance of artist educators, creativity, and the upcoming Native Creatives Summer Term Programme. Hosted by Festival Bridge’s Education Programme Manager Jen Langeskov, with Stephen Camberlain, CEO of Active Learning Trust & Susan Coles, Artist and Creativity Consultant.


Browse all sessions and book for FREE below: