Project Management with Shereen Perera
Monday, 11th April 2022; 7pm- 8:30pm
Are you interested in aiming higher, working with others, or delivering creative projects with more impact?
Senior Producer, Shereen Perera, talks through the process of delivering a project from start to finish and how to work with a team to achieve shared goals. She investigates the scope for artistic projects, the development process and how to navigate challenges that arise.
Shereen Perera is an award winning cultural producer who spends her time between London and Manchester. She's delivered over 250 UK and international projects in a variety of formats - from 24 hour digital festivals about the impact of COVID-19 on women and girls, to co-managing In Place Of War's international girl band to delivering city wide biennials to co-directing Manchester's DIY film and music night Video Jam. She's worked with charities, festivals, major cultural institutions, universities, artist-led spaces and performance venues.
She is currently the Senior Producer for The WOW Foundation who put on WOW - Women of the World festivals, shedding light on gender issues by convening people around the world to mobilise, activate and most importantly celebrate women and girls. She recently set up WOW's first ever dedicated music programme - WOW Sounds, working with women, girls and non-binary musicians from around the world who are using music as a form of activism to create social change. Shereen is also a Board Member for Islington Mill, a Salford artist-led space and is a UK Innovator for Keychange Future Leaders programme 2022.
All of Shereen's work combines her two passions creativity and social justice and stems from a life long commitment to platform marginalised voices, promote intercultural dialogue and bring people from different backgrounds together.
Who is this event for?
This event is open to all. Anyone who is interested in running their own events or projects.
As with all Redeye’s events, the course is informal, friendly, welcoming and a safe space. We encourage attendance from all sections of the community regardless of your age, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, disability or social class. We want everyone to be able to access this course so if you have any particular needs or restrictions, please let us know so we can work with you.
This event takes place on Monday, 11th April 2022; 7pm- 8:30pm
There are 18 sessions in the full course which run across various dates in January to April 2022 - see here breakdown of dates.
Online! You will need an internet connection and a computer, smartphone or tablet. These events take place over Zoom.
Tickets for individual sessions are £12.50 for Redeye members and a full price ticket is £16.50.
Full course tickets are £145 for Redeye members and £190 for non-members.