Studio 18 is committed to safeguarding the environment by reducing any negative impact brought about by its operations.
Studio 18 strives to instil a positive sustainability-conscious culture by providing awareness, training, as well equipping its members with relevant resources.
Studio 18 shall strive towards continuous improvement in its carbon footprint by referring to international good practices, literature, and collaborating with other entities who work towards the wellbeing of the community and natural environment. Consultation with Studio 18's Environmental Sustainability Representatives is an integral part of this process.
Through this Environmental Policy, (and most importantly by acting upon it!) Studio 18 endeavours to set an example and encourage others to follow suit.
Studio 18 shall work towards employing sustainable approaches throughout its operations, within these areas:
2. Learning Programmes
3. Learning, Rehearsal & Performance Spaces
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At Studio 18, we adopt a holistic approach to learning which seeks to promote our staff and members' physical, mental, and social wellness. Underpinning this rationale are the 9 dimensions of wellness, which Studio 18 embeds in its culture, values, and learning characteristics.
ADDRESSING THE NEEDS OF YOUNG CREATIVES
Studio 18 seeks to identify patrons, arts angels and organisations to support its commitment in developing:
a sustainable provision for arts education and creative learning.
In doing so, the organisation aims to develop learning strategies and training programmes that are in line with initiatives and trends across Europe and relevant to 21st century theatre. In turn, this training requires application through performance opportunities in order to meet the needs of our young creatives.