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    Every year at Trinity Laban, we have a two-week festival called CoLab. It's an opportunity for our music and dance students to collaborate, experiment and think differently, giving them a unique perspective into the creative process and the opportunity to develop skills that will be important in their future careers as musicians and dancers in the 21st century.

    At the heart of the CoLab spirit is "empowering you to take artistic risks". However, people from all walks of life take risks in their everyday lives. So in the spirit of this, we want to know:

    What's the biggest risk you took in your life? Did it pay off or fail? What did you learn from the experience?

    Share your thoughts with us and other people on this forum!

    This discussion is part of our Trinity Laban Forum Series 2016-17. ICYMI, here's our previous post on 'Auditions and Interviews: Your Experiences'
    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=4447332
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    (Original post by TrinityLaban)
    Every year at Trinity Laban, we have a two-week festival called CoLab. It's an opportunity for our music and dance students to collaborate, experiment and think differently, giving them a unique perspective into the creative process and the opportunity to develop skills that will be important in their future careers as musicians and dancers in the 21st century.

    At the heart of the CoLab spirit is "empowering you to take artistic risks". However, people from all walks of life take risks in their everyday lives. So in the spirit of this, we want to know:

    What's the biggest risk you took in your life? Did it pay off or fail? What did you learn from the experience?

    Share your thoughts with us and other people on this forum!

    This discussion is part of our Trinity Laban Forum Series 2016-17. ICYMI, here's our previous post on 'Auditions and Interviews: Your Experiences'
    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=4447332
    I recently took a visit to Jamaica, and I took the risk of going into a town without a guide (we were warned not to go into the towns alone due to the crime rates). I learnt a lot, the people were really friendly and I felt a lot more welcome there than I do in my own town!
 
 
 
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