Tea & Tolerance
1st April at 3.00-4.00pm
Join Tea and Tolerance to try out their newly digitised conversation game’. Join them at 3pm on Wednesday to explore being human. The game is designed to bring people together. You can bring a dice if have one.
3rd April at 3.00-4.00pm
This tea break session will take ‘money’ – especially in respect of the current crisis as its theme. We want to continue to review our take and experience of the situation as things emerge and land.
We would like to continue sharing our thoughts on money – what financial support is on offer from the Government and Arts Council England and what this looks like for you, your projects, commissioners, clients and public.
On Friday a member mentioned that to work part-time as a tutor for a Leeds-based university, they are required to take employee status which, when taken as a percentage of their income, could exclude them from accessing other HMRC/Government freelance support. Not great.
Are there any other glitches in the system that are having a direct effect on what moneys you can access or not. And also what could be better.
There are also a number of surveys being drafted that seek to demonstrate short and long term impact of the lock-down on the arts and creative sectors. We could explore some of these research questions to work out whether they could capture our experience as artists. Or will they capture institutional impact only?
Louise Atkinson and Sue Ball will be hosting the tea break with cuppa in hand and hoping to chat with you as Timebank members.
Accessing the events
These events take place online in secured Zoom hangouts. It is worth downloading the software from Zoom.us before you join (available for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android).
Access details are provided in the member Facebook group and member emails (email us if you’re not receiving these). These are safer space events. To maintain this connection details will not be shared publicly.