Workshop 6: Theatre
Working in the arts: How to live on the edge of chaos
facilitated by Louize Carroll, Chartered Psychologist and musician
Thursday 1 April, 12.30pm (online)
UPDATE: This workshop is fully booked
From Waterford Healing Arts Trust in partnership with the Arts Council.
Part of an online series of panel discussions, workshops and resources seeking to strengthen resilience, restore confidence and promote connectedness across the arts sector.
Our sincere appreciation to our associate organisation Theatre Forum for their support and guidance in curating this Theatre strand together.
About this workshop:
The essence of every artist and art form professional is an ability to tap into that which lies unseen, unheard and misunderstood, and to transform it into something tangible and meaningful for the audience. But what happens when the creative sector upon which such livelihoods are built is threatened? How can we learn to channel what we know about creativity, to not only live, but to thrive on the edge of chaos?
About Louize Carroll
Louize Carroll is a Chartered Psychologist with over 13 years training and experience working as a mental health professional. Louize spent a significant part of her career working as a purveyor for mental health systems change in Ireland through her involvement in establishing Jigsaw – The National Centre for Youth Mental Health, and is the Consultant Psychologist with Spotify’s top wellness podcast Where Is My Mind.
As the co-founder of a new online clinic coming soon in Ireland, Louize currently provides clinic and online-based support and therapeutic intervention for creative clients globally, working with a broad range of issues including relationship difficulties, anxiety, trauma and work problems.
Louize is the bass player in The Blizzards and also a screen composer. She trained with Christopher Young in LA (Nightmare on Elm Street) and subsequently worked with Clint Mansell (Requiem for a Dream), Martin Phipps (Peaky Blinders, The Crown, Black Mirror) and Jim Sheridan on an upcoming documentary series.
Louize is also a regular media contributor for the column ‘Design for Life’ in the Sunday Business Post, writing about relationships and grief, among other subjects. She also makes regular guest expert appearances on Today FM’s ‘Mind Yourself Now’ with Dermot and Dave.
Adm is free to this workshop, but places are limited, so booking is essential. **UPDATE: This workshop is fully booked
If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact tel and one sentence about yourself or why you’re interested in this workshop. This will assist Louize to prepare for the session.
If places become available, they will be offered to those on the waiting list on a first come first served basis.
Click here for information about Surviving or Thriving? Panel Exchange 6: Theatre on Thursday 01 April, 10.30am:
Chaired by Dr Maureen Gaffney, with guest speakers theatre maker Louise Lowe, actor/director Aaron Monaghan and costume designer Catherine Fay.