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As part of our Producing for the End of the World project we’re offering £600 to two independent mid-career/established Live Art* producers.
You might want to apply because Shit’s Hit The Fan since Covid and you need:
-Match funding for your own project
We don’t need to know what you want to do with it, but we hope you’ll use it to benefit yourself.
You must be an independent producer working within Live Art*, who identifies as mid-career/established - meaning you no longer consider yourself ‘early-career’ or ‘early on in your practice’.
You can be based anywhere in the UK
As we are two white cis women, we really would like to reach producers who identify differently to this.
How to apply
Please send us either an up-to-date written, video or voicenote CV, a website link or portfolio link to apply. This is so we can double check you meet the criteria of being an independent mid-career/established producer, are based in the UK and are working in live art.
Send your CV/Link to email@example.com
If you meet the criteria, your name will be put in a hat and randomly selected.
Because of this random selection process we will be unable to offer feedback.
Deadline for applications is 21st June at 5pm. Late submissions will not be entered.
*This is an opportunity for Live Art Producers only. Live Art has a shared ontology from visual arts and theatre, although it is not necessarily either of these forms alone. If you are not sure if the work that you produce is Live Art, please watch this video from LADA and Joshua Sofaer. If you are still unsure you are welcome to contact us to discuss it further.
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