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Welcome to NASA UK

The National Association of Street Artists

an independent UK network of creative practitioners making work for Outdoors Arts

FLOI-17 group shot

For the Love Of It 2017 – group photo! Thanks for coming along. Thanks to 101 Creative Space for hosting us!


Find a Professional Artist or Company

Look at our List of Members or our Map of Members or download The Yearbook 2016 which shows you 95 + Companies & Artists

Click on this image to get the pdf (4.5mb)NASA UK Yearbook 2016 image

Join NASA

Membership costs

£20 a year for individual or Company
£10 for Students
£50 for a NPO-funded Company

What do you get?
  • Your company profile on this website, linked to your website
  • Added to the Map of Members
  • Join our email group
  • Use NASA UK logo on your promo
  • Ask NASA for help or advice on issues
  • Engagement with other NASA members

Read More here…

What we do

NASA UK is a membership organisation, run by its members. It aims to support and develop the professional practice of UK based outdoor artists by:
  • Sharing information and opportunities
  • Running network, learning and sharing events
  • Offering a forum for peer support and discussion of current issues
  • Undertaking research and professional developmental projects
  • Advocating for the sector and networking with key organisations
  • Engaging in national strategy and policy discussions


Latest News…


NASA UK News

  • Bernie Bennet – memorial service 13th May 30th April 2017 Friends of Bernie Bennett this is to let you know that a memorial/celebration of our very own superman will take place at 3pm, on 13th May at the 3-in-1 centre in Horsley, Gloucestershire. The centre was the old St Martin’s church that is now converted into a community arts centre. The celebration will begin in ... Read More...
  • We have lost a friend – Bernie Bennet passed away last week 21st April 2017 We have lost a friend - Bernie Bennet passed away last weekBernie Bennet We have lost a friend, a great artist and inspiration and friend to many fellow artists, let alone the tens of thousands of people he delighted with his unique act over the years. Some of you might have already heard this sad news. Bernie Bennet, NASA member and friend to many suddenly passed away last ... Read More...
  • How is the vote to leave the EU affecting you? 29th July 2016 How is the vote to leave the EU affecting you? Dear NASA Members, It’s now more than five weeks since the referendum vote on 23rd June, when the UK public decided to leave the EU.  The dust has settled a bit and we thought that this would be a good time to connect with you and collect ... Read More...

NASA  currently has 95 Members, ranging from solo artists to large companies.

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NASA’s Steering Group is 12 strong reflecting a broad experience of Artists and Companies working in Outdoor Arts across the UK:


As we receive emailed information we post it here


Twitter  @nasauk

Monday, May 1st, 2017 at 10:58am
RT @themet: We're looking for a Marketing & Audience Development Manager to join our management team. Sound like you? https://t.co/NW2vb7w… nasauk photo
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Thursday, April 6th, 2017 at 6:21pm
RT @panda_arts: #pandaopps Artist Development Programme Ed Fest 17 for black/Asian/minority ethnic/disabled artists d/l 14.4 https://t.co/u…
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Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 at 9:30am
RT @bectu: NEWS: @bectu is working to develop a new ratecard covering freelancers working in live events. Find out more: https://t.co/3EHVw… nasauk photo
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Sunday, February 19th, 2017 at 7:25am
RT @FoolSizeTheatre: @nasauk We had a great time trying out our SighKuck Hunch soothsayer show in caravan number 9 @101OutdoorArts. Thanks… nasauk photo
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Facebook Posts

Surge presents… The Carpetbag Brigade Masterclass

19 th – 22 nd July 2017

This three day masterclass teaching street theatre, mixing acrostilts, butoh

dance, contact improvisation and physical theatre.

For beginner, intermediate and advanced stiltwalkers, each level will

receive different classes geared towards using our work to create theatrically

engaging processions as performance art. It will include aspects of our

acrostilt vocabulary but is designed more as a class to develop ensemble

cohesiveness on stilts and site responsive techniques of engagement.

Participants will be invited to perform in the opening procession of the

Merchant City Festival on July 22 nd , which serves as the culminating event of

the class.

The workshop will be conducted by the full ensemble of The Carpetbag

Brigade, including Director Jay Ruby, Alicia Gerstein, Helen Goodrum and

Erik Elizondo

Masterclass Dates: Wednesday 19 th – Friday 21 st July 2017 10am –

6pm

Procession Date: Saturday 22 nd July 2017 (Optional) approximate

time 10am – 2pm

Cost of Masterclass: £100 +VAT (total cost £120)

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 28th June 5pm.

Please send a CV or bio to alan@surge.scot and state your approximate skill

level on stilts. Also please state whether you have stilts and/ or knee pads

you can bring to the masterclass and what type of stilts you will bring.
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The Met in Bury is looking for a Senior Marketing Manager - please share

Vacancy: Marketing and Audience Development Manager

The Met is looking to recruit a Marketing and Audience Development Manager to join our senior management team promoting this busy mixed-artform venue in Bury.

Thank you for your interest in this post. Please download:

• Job Description
• Application Form
• Equal opportunities monitoring form

Applications should be sent by email to recruitment@themet.org.uk by the end of Wednesday 31 May 2017.
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Korean connections! NASA UK was contacted recently via FB message by Seoyeon Han, a student based in Seoul. She was looking for information on busking, street theatre and especially about codes of conduct relating to busking, as part of an application for research funding. Sadly her team were not chosen by the sponsors but in the meantime Whalley Range All Stars were visiting Korea and managed to meet up with her and her fellow student (who is a magician). We all went for lunch and the students were kind enough to order our meal and introduce us to Makoli a Korean rice wine, the perfect accompaniment to the food - we can testify to that! There was an elaborate swilling and bottle massaging ritual which we watched fascinated - without this we would have missed the sediment and the fizz would have sent Makoli all over us!
We hope that they can keep contact with us and maybe one day pick up their research.
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Workshop

CLOWN
with Fraser Hooper
13-15th June 2017

Starting with rhythm and play, participants will quickly discover the joys of seriously clowning around in a practical workshop that specialises in building new material into comic routines.

Topics include working the audience, developing style, directing & object theatre.

£160 for 3 days

All Hallows Hall, Easton, Bristol

For Bookings: grace@FlameOz.com / 07521 732 281
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Some of you might have already heard this sad news. Bernie Bennet, NASA member and friend to many suddenly passed away last week. He will be missed and our thoughts and condolences go out to his family and friends.
Here's what has been announced so far.
(Due to the way that Fb works this group page doesn't let me link to people, so you need to search Fb to connect to people and posts directly)
David Danzig has posted and also Mark Morreau. I'm posting the shares above this post.

Bernie Bennett...farewell. Thanks for your great shows and inspiration. You will be missed and remembered in our hearts.

From David Danzig https://www.facebook.com/david.danzig

Sadly, this post is about the death of a dear friend Bernie Bennet who had been working outdoors as a tight-rope walker since at least 1984, when I first met him. Yesterday he opened his new show in Ireland and was thrilled that it had gone brilliantly. On the way back he had a nap whilst waiting for the ferry and died before waking up, most probably from a heart attack. He was working with a young performer called Ayrton who raised the alarm, got help and then had to drive Bernie’s rig back on his own. I'm more than happy to pass on any messages of condolence to his wife Rosa and his son and daughter.

To everyone who posted about Bernie Bennet this is from his wife Rosa:
Thank you all so much for your kind words and wonderful reminiscences of times with Bernie. Myself, Aimee and Alex have loved reading them. We will be holding a big celebration of his life here in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire soon. You are all invited and I will let you know through Dave and Mandy. Bernie always said he wanted a viking funeral - in a flaming boat set out to sea. So that is what we are giving him! Our son Alex is going to make a small boat and we will put his ashes in it and set him off from a beach we love, at midnight. Love to you all, Rosa. xx
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