Georgia otherwise known as @SelfCareQueen on social media, is an LGBTQ+ Arts Producer, Writer and Mental Health and Body Positive advocate from London. Founder of World of Self-Care and Co-Founder of Critics of Colour Collective. Georgia has just graduated from studying an undergraduate in Performance and Creative Enterprise at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Her work focuses around mental health, self-care, self-love, and accessibility, using art as activism and how I can use my lived experiences to challenge, educate and inspire others. Founder of World of Self-Care a platform which promotes mental wellbeing and self-care, she is known for her honest and educational approach. She delivers Self-Care Workshops and Keynote Speeches sharing her story living with Borderline Personality Disorder. Previous clients include Bournemouth University, Woman of the World Festival, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of the Arts London, Red Bull, Diana Award Charity, Bush Theatre and Mind Charity. Georgia is a also a regular contributor on BBC Radio London’s Saturday Morning Breakfast Show and talkRADIO. Georgia is passionate about mental health education and works with Mind and Time to Change Charity to affect policies on a national level. Georgia is also active in the body positivity movement, where she models, takes part in campaigns and write blogs for brands Curvy Kate and Bra Stop, promoting body confidence and self-love. Passionate about giving a chance to marginalised voices, particularly BAME and LGBTQ+ artists, and people who wouldn’t otherwise have access to the arts due to socio-economic background. She aims to facilitate safe spaces that champion vulnerability, authenticity and connection, where dialogues can take place across different intersections of identity. Currently looking for freelance projects. Lets connect! Twitter & Instagram @SelfCareQueen World of Self-Care www.worldofselfcare.com Critics of Colour Collective www.criticsofcolour.tumblr.comLocked Pro Plan feature
The Midnight Run is a walking, arts-filled, night-time cultural journey through urban spaces. It gathers strangers and local artists/activists to explore, play and create whilst the city sleeps. The MNR aim to break down social barriers and provides platform for established and emerging creatives, bringing moments of genuine interactive creativity.
Assisting Yolanda with the producing/admin for her UK tour of Quarter Life Crisis. My main duties/responsibilities were: - Liaising with venues/organisations - Providing support by arranging/confirming bookings - Being able to work as a team with strong communication - Writing up risk assessments - Funding applications - Marketing
Assisting with rehearsals at The Royal Opera House for Woman at Point Zero, as part of the Shubbak Festival. My main duties/responsibilities were: - Updating Schedules - Liaising with artists, venues and stakeholders
To co-facilitate sessions working with children who had completed needs, in the run up to a final performance at the Royal Albert Hall.