Festival Workshop Leader Proposal Form 2017
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Contact Improvisation workshop | Image © Charlotte Baxter 2012
This page is for prospective workshop leaders of any discipline, new and old, wanting to offer workshops or talks in the main workshop spaces at the Festival. A proposal form will be available from Monday 9 January 2017 until Tuesday 28 February 2017, which will also be for independent workshop space providers and not-for-profit or charity stall holders. Workshops leaders for Land & Permaculture, Green Crafts, Women’s Space, and the Kids Area can also use the form, although these will be forwarded to the relevant Area Co-ordinators.
Please note that this form and email address is not for Healers or therapists, Yoga teachers, Dharma teachers or commercial stall holders. Please see the Festival Volunteers page for more information. If you are unsure, please fill out the form as best you can, and we will forward it to the right area of the festival.
... the warmth of the people, I feel largely which emanates from the crew underpinning the whole event, is also glorious.
Alcohol, Drugs and Contributing
The Festival aims to be alcohol and drug free. We believe it’s one of the things that makes the atmosphere at our festival special. A great many people come to Buddhafield because that’s our stated aim. It’s a value we actively want to promote.
You don’t need to be a Buddhist to be involved with the Festival, but whatever your views on drink or drugs, please bear in mind that if you lead a workshop then we’d like this value to be respected.
Workshop Leader Proposal Form: Available Soon
The Workshops Co-ordinator starts taking proposals from Monday 9 January 2017 until Tuesday 28 February 2017. A proposal form will be available on this page from that date on. The form is comprehensive, so be prepared to fill it in fully: that will save both time and energy in the long run. The form will ask for all the information needed to find you the right slot in one of our workshop spaces and promote you on this website, Facebook page, printed Festival programme and also onsite.
© Charlotte Baxter 2012
For an overview of Festival workshops visit the main workshops page.