Back After Interval: Tips and Techniques for Practitioners and Performing Arts Workers

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Back After Interval: Tips and Techniques for Practitioners and Performing Arts Workers

For Practitioners and Performing Arts Workers As COVID-19 restrictions ease across Australia, many of us are beginning a gradual return to work in the performing arts industry. We also recognise that much of our creative community remain without their usual prospects, and others are working overtime to try and reopen those opportunities. Whether we’re working, training, rehearsing, presenting or touring, we’re likely doing so after a prolonged period away. As we navigate this return to our creative practice and work roles within a new context, it’s normal to feel a range of emotions. This will be a process of change that will be experienced differently by each of us. Whilst there may be a sense of excitement to return to these spaces, there may also be new challenges that bring on hesitation, stress and anxiety. The good news is that there’s lots we can do to look after our mental health and wellbeing, to support the people around us, an...
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The Arts Wellbeing Collective

The Arts Wellbeing Collective is an Arts Centre Melbourne initiative that promotes positive mental health in the Australian performing arts industry. The Arts Wellbeing Collective is by industry, for industry and seeks positive systemic, cultural change. Since the Pilot Program in 2017, the Arts Wellbeing Collective has grown rapidly to be a comprehensive, sector-wide initiative – the only one of its kind anywhere in the world. For more information, visit artswellbeingcollective.com.au