So we are putting a bit of a promotional push behind this as we revamp the format slightly for 2018. The idea is to meet every first Wed of the month to cowork; to be mutual support and provide an informal network to connects producers of all artforms/ sectors/ types. Anyone welcome, so pls spread the word. This month - Wed 7 Feb - will be using Chapter cafe. We'll be there from 9.30ish onwards, and will tweet using #producersplacecdf to say which table we're on. All welcome. Feel free to…See More
Would you want to attend a bidwriting workshop? I've been asked if it might be possible to run an open access version of my long standing session, and split the costs between the attendees, making it much cheaper than if offered as a bookable session (probably £50-60 each if we get 10-12 people). It's been very thoroughly tried and tested over the years with a wide range of individuals, organisations, networks in arts, culture, STEM, HE/ education, and more. In essence it's a 10-4 (six hour…See More
"So sorry only just seen your post re Producers Place from July! Can't see how I missed it but sorry none the less. Yes you can just turn up - we tend to take a big table in Chapter cafe and perch all day - drop in for a while or stay for the…"
One legend. Two teams. Headphones. Now dance.Un chwedl. Dau dîm. Clustffonau. Nawr dawnsiwch. Owain Glyndŵr, the legendary rebel Prince of Wales, has disappeared without a trace. Discover his destiny on the dancefloor.Dance the rebellion to a DJ mixing club classics and original tunes, inside his rivals’ castles.Experience the high and lows of the uprising, with fierce twmpath, strategy games, dance-offs, sieges, betrayals, and defections. Suitable for all ages.Come and immerse yourself in…See More
Every year since 2014, a day in May has been designated #DylanDay to celebrate the poet Dylan Thomas, following his centenary. In 2014, Light, Ladd & Emberton were commissioned by the National Library of Wales, to make a piece inspired by his wife, Caitlin. Caitlin was a dancer with ambition and talent, as well as her…See More
Producer, project manager, consultant and facilitator
A little more about me:
I am an arts and cultural producer, consultant, facilitator and project manager, based in Cardiff and working across the UK. My specialism is public engagement - I love work that puts artists/ organisations at risk of change through an encounter with the public, and vice versa. Sometime I initiate work as a creative producer; other times I deliver work for clients. It tends to cut across usual sector silos (subsidised, commercial, performance/production, learning, outreach, community, amateur, participatory) and I rarely focus on just one artform.
Having started own my own business in 2002, I have worked on a wide variety of projects across artforms and sectors; contracts have included programme development/ delivery, feasibility, research, consultation and evaluation.
Current and previous clients include the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Arts Council England, National Skills Academy (CC Skills), Welsh National Opera, and Voluntary Arts Network.
Cardiff and Manchester
Projects I’m working on:
- Evaluating a WNO programme of community work in Wrexham
- R&D for a European premiere of a youth opera based around then Greek myth of Pandora
- Programming a new science festival for Cheshire
- A street arts project and debate, with Micah Purnell
- Helping Karol Cysewski take his dance piece, Wonders of The Universe to the Edinburgh Fringe
- Board member for Theatr Iolo and Un-Convention, and chair of What Next? in Cardiff
- Steering group member for Producers' Place (see the NTW Community producers group)
- Attending the EFA Atelier for Festival Managers in Edinburgh in April 2014
- Consultancy with and for the Orchestral Consortium here in Cardiff
- Facilitation and consultancy work with various music education hubs
Have a look around the group to see if there are any opportunities you are interested in and to see what other TEAM members are up to around Wales. If you would like to know more about TEAM please feel free to contact me via the community or send me an e-mail to email@example.com.
@NTWtweets#NTWStorm another fantastic performance telling the events of racial tension and the riots in June 1919 Cardiff, on the Hayes outside the Tabernacl Church and surrounding area. A fascinating combination of text, period photographs and maps. Well researched & performed. pic.twitter.com/wQnb5bZ4hI