Georgina Payne is digital innovation project manager for Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Heritage, having joined the team initially as an events assistant in 2022.  In this capacity, she has supported the development of the Black Digital Dance Revolution, exploring how technology can be used to create and share dance.  As a multidisciplinary artist and creative expressive therapeutic facilitator, Payne has vast experience working with young people over the years in all aspects of the arts.  In 2020, Payne graduated the University of Derby with a degree in Creative Expressive Therapies.  Payne has worked predominantly with primary-aged children, young people with behaviours that challenge and SEND, delivering person-centred creative expressive art workshops and sharing her passion for the arts to the next generation of artists.  Payne is also the founder of GP Designs and City Canvas.

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