Stage One have launched Bridge the Gap, a new initiative developed specifically for people currently under-represented within the producing community.
Over the course of a year, Bridge the Gap will offer training and opportunities to 10 participants to support and guide them. This will be an opportunity for Stage One to build a long term relationship with a range of producers throughout their careers.
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Open to all choreographers, composers, musicians and movers.
‘Attuning to collaboration’
Groundwork are thrilled to announce we were successful in gaining support from Tŷ Cerdd to run a 2-day workshop led by composer Jamie McCarthy and choreographer Joanna Young, bringing together choreographers, composers, musicians and movers.
This professional development event will bring practitioners of these art forms…
Added by Simon Coates on April 25, 2018 at 18:08 —
Edinburgh Fringe Society and Creu Cymru will be holding a FREE information session for Wales-based artists and presenters about bringing work to, and the opportunities around, the Edinburgh Fringe.
As well as for the generally curious this session will be of particular interest for presenters in co-producing relationships, artists, companies and producers who are… Continue
Added by Simon Coates on April 24, 2018 at 9:00 —
Groundwork Pro have an upcoming series of three discussion events open to all. We'd love to have your voice there if you are around and we're also hoping you could share the info:
Representation of the People: Act
100yrs since women first achieved the right to vote and equal suffrage was achieved for men: Where are we now?
This series of discussions/events will celebrate, continue conversations around gender… Continue
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Since starting at NTW, back in 2013, I've been talking to artists about the ways they want to make new work. Of course, there were differences in… Continue
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'In addition to all the events across the country in 2018 we are expecting to commission an inspiring national project which will happen on a single day in autumn 2018. We are looking for a creative, playful idea that will stimulate conversations about our…
Added by Simon Coates on July 18, 2017 at 16:06 —
The British Council are looking for applications to be involved in NEW ART NEW AUDIENCES 2017 (nAnA).
nAnA is an annual (open call) grant for 18 to 35-year-old East African and British artists, arts organisations, and art collectives, to create new art… Continue
Added by Simon Coates on July 4, 2017 at 15:54 —
To support the growth of the company, Nuffield is now recruiting for a Laboratory Associate Director.
Launched in 2015, the Laboratory Associate scheme provides an opportunity for early-career* creatives to undertake a one-year attachment, developing skills, creating a collaborative project and acting as artistic members of the Laboratory team.
Over the course of the year, the Laboratory Associate Director will assist a lead Director on two NST… Continue
Added by Simon Coates on June 30, 2017 at 16:53 —
(Sgrôliwch i lawr i weld hwn yn Gymraeg)
We are looking to connect with female performers, artists, creatives and designers whose cultural roots and histories are intrinsically linked and connected to the Indian Sub-continent to help us with an initial phase of research into ‘Sisters’, a brand new collaborative project between NTW and Junoon Theatre in… Continue
Added by Simon Coates on May 18, 2017 at 8:30 —
Pictured: Evie Manning, Rachel Trezise, Rhiannon White.
Source: Dimitris Legakis
The Emerging Director position is an opportunity for artists interested in working closely… Continue
Added by Simon Coates on May 15, 2017 at 11:00 —
(Sgrôliwch i lawr i weld hwn yn Gymraeg)
Community Engagement Associate - 'Sisters'
National Theatre Wales are seeking an individual with experience of community engagement within an arts context to support all areas of our outreach work for ‘Sisters’, a new collaborative project between National Theatre Wales and Junoon Theatre (Mumbai).
The Community Engagement Associate will work… Continue
Added by Simon Coates on May 12, 2017 at 16:00 —
With less than three whole days before we close Artists’ Playground to applications, I thought it was about time I told you my top 10 reasons to apply……
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11 – 22 September 2017
HWACHEON, South Korea
After well over a year in planning, I’m super excited to be able to announce a call for artists to join us on our first international artist development residency –… Continue
Added by Simon Coates on March 1, 2017 at 12:00 —
A message from our friend at Theatre Bristol:
'Theatre Bristol has been commissioned by the Arts Council of Wales to research and report on how shared producing resources in Wales could give everyone a better deal. We may have already spoken to you at the Creative Gathering or at meetings in Cardiff, Swansea, Snowdonia National Park and Carmarthen but there may be more you want to say - and we'd love to hear any additional thoughts.
If we have not managed to meet you… Continue
Added by Simon Coates on December 12, 2016 at 22:00 —
The JMK Young Director Award 2017
Applications for the JMK Award 2017 will be accepted between Wednesday 28th December 2016 and 12 noon on Monday 9th January 2017.
For the JMK Award 2017 applicants were asked to choose from a new list of plays. To request a copy of the list please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Simon Coates on November 16, 2016 at 10:37 —
The Jerwood Foundation are trying to find out how much it costs to get started in the arts and creative sector, looking at the past 10 years.
They've put together a super short and simple questionnaire (it to me literally 1 min) -
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