Articulture update – March 2017 – Homegrowing outdoor arts & adventures abroad


March 2017 update 

Collaborations this spring with three Wales based artists and arts organisations to help home grow outdoor arts in Wales…

…Plus an invitation to join Articulture and outdoor arts practitioners from across Europe at FRESHSTREET #2, and apply for the last few professional development bursaries still on offer…

Photo – Cimera training in North Wales – Credit/Cimera

New collaborations to help home grow outdoor arts in Wales

This Spring Articulture starts a collaboration with three Wales based artists and arts organisations to help home grow outdoor arts in Wales.

They are – Cimera, a contemporary circus and arts company based in North Wales;  Taking Flight Theatre, a multi award winning company producing accessible and inclusive work based in Cardiff; and Mair Tomos Ifans and Nuala Dunn, a duo that was formed through the Ar Waith Ar Daith outdoor arts training in Castell y Bere in 2015, based in Mid Wales. 

Read full story here 

Photos: ''Scenes from a Suitcase' – Credit/Taking Flight Theatre

Professional development bursaries still available

Whilst all our International Festival bursaries have now been allocated, there are still a few Professional development bursaries available. 

These are bursaries to fund a 'go see' or skill share session, which will assist in the development of outdoor arts work. Its simple and quick to apply. 

Read full details here 

Photo: 'The Senses' by Theatre A3 at GDIF Festival 2016 – Credit/Doug Southall

Articulture @ FRESH STREET – International Seminar for the Development of Street Arts

Articulture will be attending Fresh Street #2 from 24 – 26 May in Portugal, along with other practitioners from 30 different countries. 

It is possible that Wales based practitioners can also attend with financial support, via Articulture's professional development bursary scheme (see above). 

Organised by Circostrada Network and ARTCENA, in partnership with Imaginarius, the event will bring together street arts players, artists, programmers, journalists, researchers and policy makers for three days of stimulating exchanges, performances, insightful debates and valuable networking

For further details about the event visit here

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