How can the arts be ‘mother friendly’ as well as ‘child friendly‘?
To get to the Fringe will have taken careful planning, sleepless nights and financial risk. This is also true of motherhood!
Mothers Who Make will be running three peer support meetings at Edinburgh Fringe this August.
Mothers who Make is a grass roots, national initiative, dedicated to supporting mothers that hold the dual roles of mother and artist.
Every kind of maker is welcome - professional and/or passionate –in any discipline and at any stage on their creative paths - writers, painters, performers, film makers, dancers, producers, musicians, crafters…
Every kind of motheris welcome- biological, adoptive, step, surrogate, foster, grand, great grand, to be ….
Children of any age are encouraged to attend too and are integrated into the meeting, for the dual roles of mother and artist arerecognised and given equal value within all MWM events.
Meeting offer a supportive, creative space in a number of ways; to connect, share, network and participate.
4th August, 11th & 18th August
12 – 1.30pm
FREE. No booking required.
Liz Richardson, Theatre Maker and Mother.
Liz runs MWM Manchester Hub, and is in Edingburgh with her new show Swim which you can see at Pleasance Courtyard at 3.30pm 1-12 and14-26 August.
The Yellow Room in Fringe Central