It is important to have a plan for a follow-up, to ensure a lasting effect. Many well-intentioned project initiators end up confusing, if not even reversing, the gains they made, due to their lack of a proper ‘sustainability’ plan.
The venues, securing necessary permits, and hiring a stage and/or sound/lighting equipment) and not to leave anything to the last minute. It is important for the project team to develop a checklist to guide the participants in preparing and carrying out the presentation.
The presentation is the climax of the ‘Cre8 in 8’ process. The presentation takes the form of a performance or sometimes with a visual-arts exhibition (including photography and film), an open discussion and workshop.
‘Art is development. Art, in all its forms: music, dance, drama, painting, etc., is a magnification of life: an extension and representation of how we live that mirrors our hopes, anxieties and dreams.
During the introduction, the skills facilitators introduce their particular skills (acrobatics, drama, dance, etc.) in a creative way that the participants will perceive as stimulating and inspiring and that is never threatening or intimidating.
Team building is a dynamic and ongoing process without which the quality of the final result could be compromised.
Mobilising participants Mobilisation involves identifying and bringing together project participants based on the decisions you made in Step 1. If you are …
Step 1 is the base of the project and provides an opportunity for the project initiator to discuss ideas with all stakeholders. This step is like filling an idea box: everyone should welcome all project box ideas with an open mind.
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