After the Summer

The blogsite has been rather quiet – unsurprisingly – over the summer.   This doesn’t reflect the level of activity that has been going on here:  we have been processing a number of new applications for membership, and working hard to develop structures that will be able to sustain a larger organisation.

But we are very invested in creating lively and helpful forums where friends and members can talk to one another:  this means developing our blogsites.    We know that people will have  anxieties about using blogging – it’s unfamiliar to most of us, and feels unsafe and exposing.  But for an organisation that needs to maintain close contact between far-flung, busy people, it is a very helpful resource, to supplement conferences and workshops, Skype conferencing, emailing and telephone calls.

Continue reading

Advertisements

Comedienne Jo Brand in Conversation with David Bell

Description: the Rowan Arts Project Description: the Rowan Arts Project
Description: http://www.therowanartsproject.com/public_scripts/resizer.php?file=../domains/therowanartsproject.com/local/media/images/medium/FB_and_Twitter_logos_3.jpg&width=250&height=0&proportional=true&outputdirectory=../domains/therowanartsproject.com/local/media/cacheFollow Rowan Arts on Facebook and Twitter

Description: http://www.therowanartsproject.com/public_scripts/resizer.php?file=../domains/therowanartsproject.com/local/media/images/medium/Image3_1_5.jpg&width=250&height=0&proportional=true&outputdirectory=../domains/therowanartsproject.com/local/media/cacheComedienne Jo Brand in Conversation with David Bell

Friday 19 October 2012
7.30-9pm followed by drinks
at the UCL Cruciform Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT (see map)
Tickets: £20
Book tickets online
Jo Brand, former psychiatric nurse turned BAFTA-winning comedienne, writer and actress and David Bell, psychoanalyst, meet again after 25 years. Having both worked together at the Maudsley Hospital, they reunite to discuss Jo Brand’s life and work and in the process explore the nature of comedy.
This is a fundraiser for Camden Psychotherapy Unit who has helped thousands of vulnerable adults over the last 43 years by providing long term psychotherapy. Your help is needed to ensure this vital service continues.


If you know anyone who would like to receive our emails, they can join the mailing list here.
www.therowanartsproject.com

If you want to be removed from the mailing list please e mail list@therowanartsproject.com and put the word ‘remove’ in the subject line

Produced by The Rowan Arts Project
Registered charity no. 1113454
Company limited by guarantee (England and Wales) no. 5183868