Outdoor Arts Lab, Bristol 2015: ‘Words and Stories in the Great Outdoors’
29th September – 3rd October 2015
A 5 day course, a creative and collaborative journey
A chance to explore new ideas, new relationships, to experiment and play
A cross-pollination of artists from different backgrounds all focusing on creating art outdoors
How do we write, devise and create story? How do words express character, nuance, place or propel a narrative along? What combination of mediums or languages do we use to share them?
1. Collaboration – exploring new ways for performers and writers to work together
2. Language – investigating how spoken word, BSL, voice and gesture can come combine
3. Technology – examining how pervasive media can enhance the audience’s experience
This is a unique opportunity for performers, writers, poets, digital artists, games makers and others to experiment together in the playground of Bristol City Centre
GET ON BOARD!
Leading the journey will be brilliant directors:
John Nicolson (Peepolykus), Emma Williams (Tobacco Factory), Richard Headon (Desperate Men) and Paschale Straiton (Red Herring)
Inspiring writers, spoken word, BSL and Visual Vernacular experts:
Inua Ellams, Edson Burton, Lucy Catherine, Mike Akers, Xavier Leret, Kyra Pollitt and David Ellington
And technical gurus:
Roger Hartley (Bureau of Silly Ideas) and Rosie Poebright (Splash and Ripple/Pervasive Media Studios)
Plus talks and evening activities by:
Nick Green (ACE), Liz Pugh (Walk the Plank), Mandy Dike (And Now) and including MissBehave’s Gameshow and maybe a pint or two!
The daily evening meal all together (this is included in the course cost) will be at the Full Moon Pub and Backpackers Hostel, as will the accommodation for those who need it (shared rooms). FULL MOON PUB
Course, accommodation and evening meal: £280.00 *
Course and evening meal: £195.00 *
* Reduced fees for NASA UK members
There are 5 free/reduced fee places for ‘emerging artists’ (under 25s or those in the first 2 years of their career) – available upon application.
To apply for this or for any other information, including a payment plan please contact Kim Tilbrook, NASA UK Project Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Outdoor Arts Lab is funded in part by Grant for the Arts and by Bristol City Council Seed Fund