October 4, 2017

How can I get involved?



There are so many ways to get involved with Tribe of Doris from working at the Summer School in August 2018 to becoming a Friend of Doris. Everyone is welcome, so come and join us!

If you were wondering how to get involved with the Summer School, below are a few options.

Diverse Artist Network (DAN)  – if you are an artist, promoter or work for an arts venue in Bristol or the South West, get in touch with vandna@tribeofdoris.co.uk to join our mailing list or find out more 

Summer School Working Ticketfor those who want to be part of our ever growing delivery team, ensuring the smooth running of our main event. By paying a subsidised ticket price, you have access to all workshops when you are not working and get to build confidence and experience of running an event

Summer School Stall Applicationif you want to run a stall, or sell food and drink, please get in touch

Summer School Teacher Application – do you want to teach a high quality educational workshop at our Summer School or wish to be considered for our other year round events? Please check our Teachers Criteria before you fill out a Teacher Application Form.

Roaming Inspirers Musicians and Storytellers – This year we want to nurture the beautiful arts of storytelling and music making.

Artist Development Programme – please look out for more information coming soon regarding how you can develop yourself as an artist with Tribe of Doris.

3 thoughts on “How can I get involved?

  • Hi, I am a qualified and experienced Alexander Technique teacher and have taught beginner and intermediate African drumming for several years. I would like to run workshops on how to maintain tension free good posture, enhancing performance and avoiding injury, whilst African drumming.
    Participants would gain an understanding of the Alexander Technique, be able to apply this to drumming (and any other activity) and learn a simple 2 part African drumming rhythm.
    I would also be happy to work one to one as part of the healing area.

  • I would love to run a Bollywood dance workshop at Tribe of Doris. I have been running workshops for 10 years – mostly in schools and the wider community. People always love the dance because its so fun and different and exhilarating. I have many kinds of Indian dance folk dance using traditional wooden sticks called dandiya and also Bhangra (from the Punjab – my part of India) and of course my beloved Bollywood. I also bring sarongs for people to wear to add the colours of India.
    I hope to be included in your excellent program. Thank you in advance,

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