International Women’s Day creative workshops set up at DMU to boost resilience

by Abigail Beresford

Two creative workshops to encourage students to work alongside their local communities and to develop a creative perspective are being planned at De Montfort University to help mark International Women’s Day.

The one-hour workshops will run on International Women’s Day (Thursday, March 8) and will focus on improvised wellness, through digital improv, and art and editing, where the focus will be on colours, photography, and video.

The workshops run by Indrani Lahiri, senior lecturer in media and communications, aim to help students and staff enjoy the celebration and boost their resilience during the pandemic.

Those who wish to take part should email to register their interest.