Sharing Practice Across Artforms

Sharing Practice Across Artforms

ArtWorks Scotland and Citizens theatre are now hosting a small symposium with three of these artists to share their learning and engage with other artists interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities for peer learning whilst actively delivering a project.
Catrin Evans, director and activist will lead an exploration of the directors role in the creation of a site specific piece of theatre and international collaborations.
MJ McCarthy, musician and sound designer, will present his thoughts and some of the sound scapes made during the lab.
Simon Sharkey, Associate Director of National Theatre of Scotland will present his learning about commissioning and leading cross art form collaboration in community and professional contexts on an international scale.

Wheelchair Access
Guide Dogs welcome


An ArtWorks Scotland event, with the National Theatre of Scotland and Citizens Theatre.

The ArtWorks initiative is a workforce scheme that seeks to meet the needs of artists at different stages in their careers - from the aspiring young artist embarking on training, to experienced practitioners who wish to progress their output. It is seeking to build on good practice to enhance the existing development infrastructure.

ArtWorks Scotland is part of UK wide programme of investment, ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation (PHF) with support and funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Creativity Culture & Education (supported by Arts Council England) and the Cultural Leadership Programme.

ArtWorks Scotland is match funded by Creative Scotland.

Please note this event was moved from 5 September.

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