So here we are with our second of four Artist Huddles. These are events, programmed with the input of the NTW community, designed to support the development of administrative and business skills that contribute towards the professional lives of artists making performance work.

The next one will be talking place at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on the 11th Feb from 1pm. We have two, one hour long sessions on a couple of very hot topics – ‘What does a Producer do, and how can they help me?’ and ‘Selling your work to venues, audiences and the press’. We have a total of 5 industry bods (me being one of them) on hand to talk to you about these topics, shedding some light on them and providing you with an opportunity to ask the questions that have been on your mind for some time.

We will also have an insightful talk from Gill Ogden, Head of Programming at Aberystwyth Arts Centre giving a talk on the various artist support opportunities on offer there, and how to get involved with what they are doing.


The afternoon will be rounded off with a series of 1-to-1 talks between you and other industry professionals, specialising in producing, marketing and press, production management, finance and so on. You can book in for a quick surgery to get your house in order.


Have a look at the Huddles page on the website for more details and information on how to sign up.

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Comment by Hayley Addis on February 11, 2015 at 21:08

This was a really great event, thank you for making it happen! *inspired*

Comment by Catrin Fflur Huws on January 29, 2015 at 14:54

Damn! Such a shame that I can't attend this. It sounds brilliant! Bah and also humbug. I'll try to come along to the next one...even if I have to travel really really far and pack those weird sweets covered in flour. Why does covering sweets in flour make them more suitable for travelling?

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