Li Benedetti has a passion for events and creative productions. They have worked with many organisations in the past to run events that were art or community based. Li is a recent art graduate from the Royal Central School and Speech and Drama and have ran events both within and outside of their higher education institution. Their creative producing work centers around uplifting and platforming the voices of marginalised communitites. Overmore, putting in place measures of inclusion accessibility is an integral part of their work.
Li Benedetti has worked with kids, young people, adults and elderly people on different projects. They are DBS checked and able to work with people of different abilities.
Li Benedetti is available to run community, corporate and school events. Enquire in advance to guarantee availability on email@example.com
Trans Winter Wonderland (2019 & 2020)
A festive event for young (18-30 years old) trans people in London that took place at the end of December. This safe space was created to tackle trans isolation during the Christmas season. The event was funded through a crowdfund started by Li Benedetti.
Black Steps (2019)
Bernie Grant Trust
An art exhibition that took place at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre during Black History Month of 2019. ‘This experience will be a journey into the hearts and minds of British communities of colour, with art work, produced by the UK’s most talented artists.’
Skinned: Live (2018)
A festival that took place at the Camden People’s Theatre in July 2018. ‘A three-day live art spectacular focused on providing a platform for emerging artists and creating discussion around the topic of identity, rebirth and skin’.
Party Skills for the End of the World (2018)
‘it’s time for an adventure. for a party. for an epic night out… Nigel Barrett & Louise Mari of pioneering cult performance collective shunt, bring you their genre defying Party Skills for the End of the World, reimagined specifically for Shoreditch Town Hall.’
In this event in particular Li Benedetti worked as a costume construction and set making assistant.
Omelette Du Frottage (2017)
royal central school of speech and drama
‘A collective event, inspired by practical explorations of movement, materials, and media’. ‘Omelette Du Frottage’ took place at the Embassy Theatre and showcased a series of artworks including sculpture and film as well as performance works.
Odd Affinities (2017)
‘Loosely inspired by Virginia Woolf’s ‘Mrs Dalloway, this immersive performance takes the form of multiple journeys around london culminating in a party at a shared location.’ The performance took place in a series of locations in Westminster, Bloomsbury and Camden.
TEDx Royal Central School (2017)
‘A student-led initiative exploring ideas worth sharing from a small and specialised conservatoire community’. This event took place in the Embassy Theatre in London.
In this event in particular Li Benedetti worked as an event assistant.