100 Masters is a campaign aiming to profile the Black Country’s experts of today, and inspire the pioneers of tomorrow. This workshop will see two of the regions 100 Masters deliver talks on their practice.
Miranda Dickinson is a renowned author who has had FIVE of her books reach the Sunday Times bestseller list. Miranda lives in Dudley, and the Black Country has being the setting for several of her mega selling novels. Her talk will focus on how she got her stories out of her head and on to the page.
Dr. Ranjit Khutan has worked to improve public health in and around the Black Country for over 20 years. He is currently head of public health at Wolverhampton University and has researched the benefits of applied theatre within prison systems. He will be sharing his findings as part of his talk.