Thinking Practice helps the arts, cultural and other sectors be more creative, more adaptive and more resilient. It is a one-man big band (with mates) led by Mark Robinson, an accomplished and inventive thinker and leader with an international reputation within the cultural sector. Services combine thinking (writing, research, evaluation, argument, analysis and strategy) with practice (project development, interim services, learning, facilitation and coaching).
Mark’s facilitation of our EQiPP sessions, leading cultural organisations and schools in exploring and applying the Quality Principles in their own contexts, has been invaluable. His expertise has gently guided participants into new thinking and into pushing their own work with children and young people forward. Many participants have commented on the way his curation of the sessions has given them the tools and space needed to think and reflect, and this has in turn had a massive impact on the quality of work created during the project as a whole.
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