Interested in performing or creating outdoor arts in Wales? Come & meet some of Wales' key landowners, venues, funders and practitioners on Fri 9th May....

Interested in performing, creating or producing outdoor arts in Wales?

Looking for partners to help deliver your idea?

Or just interested to see what is possible by those leading the way?

Last tickets are now available for 'Exploring Partnerships for Outdoor Arts' on Friday 9th May in Monmouth - a laid back day from 1 - 7pm of networking, good food and new performances set against the backdrop of the brand new Wye River Valley Festival, curated by renowned outdoor arts company Desperate Men

We know that high quality and innovative outdoor arts relies on collaborative vision and support from a variety of stakeholders from funders to venues. So this is a chance to join other outdoor artists, producers, managers, venues, landowners and funders (all interested in exploring partnerships) to make connections, and get inspired by those taking the lead. 

 

Speakers and attendees to date include -  Desperate MenWye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural BeautyArts Council Wales,National Theatre WalesMarc ReesNoFit State CircusMr and Mrs ClarkNatural Resources WalesNational TrustWalk the Plank, the Riverfront, Chloe Loftus DanceHijinx Theatre, Age Cymru, Maindee Festival, Leisure & Tourism Monmouthshire Council, and the Wyre Forest District Council

 

Last tickets are still available. For full details and booking visit here

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