LIVE Talks is a series of free online workshops and talks (with a focus on EDI, sustainability and wellbeing) aimed at making the UK live music industry an inclusive, enlightened and positive place in which to build your career.
The series of free workshops and talks will take place online throughout 2023, specifically programmed to run alongside important dates in the ED&I and Sustainability calendar. The programme builds on the success of LIVE’s first two workshops which took place in June & Nov 2022, in partnership with Black Lives in Music, AFEM & Safer Dance. The workshops saw over 350 people come together to learn the basics of Race and Ethnicity language and join the conversation around Misogyny and Sexual Harassment within the music industry.
We believe that LIVE Talks can make a really positive contribution to people’s experiences of working in the live music industry. The LIVE Workforce group has identified a number of topics that would benefit from discussion and knowledge share. Looking ahead, LIVE is keen to open up its platform to other fantastic organisations.
Show your support by becoming a Committed Partner of the LIVE Talks series, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Upcoming LIVE Talks :
05.07.2023 – LIVE Talks: Racing to Net Zero with A Greener Future
Sign up here: https://www.universe.com/events/KRZSCD
Watch back – 2023 workshops:
LIVE Talks x Come Play With Me: LGBTQ+ Inclusion
LIVE Talks x Music Support: Discussing the importance of Mental Health First Aid for Mental Health Awareness Week
LIVE Talks x Saskhia Menendez: Trans Education & Inclusion in the Music Industry
View resources & terminology list here.
LIVE Talks x Music Support: Understanding Addiction & Supporting Recovery
LIVE Talks x MITC Music Industry Therapist Collective: Stress and Resilience on Tour
Watch back – 2022 workshops:
LIVE Talks x AFEM x Safer Dance: Misogyny and Sexual Harassment within the Music Industry. How to engage everyone to make a change.
View full resources list here.
LIVE Talks x BLIM: The Basics of Race and Ethnicity Language