18.05.2021 - 18.05.2021
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Tuesday 18th May 16:00 – 17:30
This short online session is aimed at creatives who are interested in making the jump into making art outdoors this summer and would like more information on how to get started! It will brief you on what to consider from a practical perspective, an artistic perspective and an application writing perspective.
You will hear from a professional production manager on the practical things to consider for working on outside productions, from storing kit to site visits. And we’ll have a presentation from programmers on what they look for when going through applications from artists looking to make work outside.
And lastly, hear from artists, and their top tips to consider when you are reimagining your practice in an outside space.
Speakers include –
– Pauline Kane (Theatre Director for Beacon Arts Centre in Inverclyde)
– Claire Dow (Principal Events Officer for Dundee City Council)
– Kevin Edward Turner (Co-Artistic Director at Company Chameleon in Manchester).
The speakers will talk broadly across art forms from dance, theatre, street performance and more.
Sign up for the session through Eventbrite: Making Art Outdoors Tickets, Tue 18 May 2021 at 16:00 | Eventbrite
*The session will take place via Zoom
*Participants will receive a link to the meeting via email, ahead of the session
*If you have any access needs, please let us know, please contact [email protected]
This talk is part of a programme of activity coordinated by CVS Inverclyde in partnership with Inverclyde Council, and is funded by Creative Scotland Create:Networks. Creative Scotland’s Create:Network fund helps organisations, creative businesses or creative practitioners to create new, or develop existing, local creative business networks in Scotland.
CVS Inverclyde in partnership with Inverclyde Council will use this funding to support creatives working in the area and help established and burgeoning local creative enterprises become more sustainable. Other forms of activity programmed include a Digital ‘Open Studios Series’ showcasing local artists in their studio spaces, as well as in-person and online workshops and events.