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).
As Critical Friend to the bait programme Mark asks brilliant questions, providing the perfect balance of support, challenge and humour. Over the last three years he has worked with staff, consortium board, artists and evaluators, facilitating discussions that get to the heart of what we are trying to achieve. As well as understanding the specific context and ambitions of our programme, Mark brings a much broader perspective, referencing national and international work that is of relevance to the job in hand.
Rachel Adam, Director, bait, Woodhorn (Creative People & Places Soouth East Northumberland)
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