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OffSite Outdoor Arts Development - Seed Funding




As part of the OffSite Artist Development programme,Dda invites Artists and Companies working in dance, circus or physical theatre to apply for support for the research, development and creation of new outdoor works for 2017. With this seed funding, we are looking to support Midlands based artists who are already working in the Outdoors or looking to create performance work for the Outdoors.

The seed funding available is made up of funds from the Esme Fairbairn Foundation & our affiliate companies - SO Festival, Appetite Stoke, Leicester Council & Derby Fest.We are looking to support between 3 5 projects with funding ranging from 500 - 2000 per project.

We are interested in supporting the following types of work:

  1. Small to midscale works that are in the early ideas stage and will be created ready for presentation in 2017
  2. The research and development of new ideas/shows that may not flourish into touring products until a later date
  3. The development time for artists to enhance or reflect on their artistic practice when making work for the outdoors
  4. Work that reflects the diverse landscape and communities of the Midlands

Alongside the commission funds, additional resources are available to the selected artists & companies including:

  1. Rehearsal space
  2. Marketing & Audience Development support
  3. Producer and Artistic support

Printing - etching workshop



This course is specifically designed for experienced printers who have an established practice and would like to further their skills in a positive learning environment. Only experienced practitioners are able to enrol on this course.


Adult Education Centre
100 Granville Park, Lewisham
SE13 7DU

Starts:Friday 13 January 2017
Ends: Friday 31 March 2017
10am and 12.30pm

You can enrol with us over the phonebycalling020 8314 6959TuesdaytoThursday10am4pmandFriday10am3pmif you are paying by credit or debit card.

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Sandra Shevey Seeks Radio Station to Air 500 Megastar Audio Ints



Megastar interviewer Sandra Shevey has interviewed everyone from Alfred Hitchcock to John Lennon in the course of her 50+ year career.

She wanst to share sound bites and is looking for a radio platform in London and/or the southeast.


India Habitat Centre hosts HABITAT PHOTOSPHERE




INDIA HABITAT CENTRE to host HABITAT PHOTOSPHERE a month long photography festival that puts the focus back on sustainable development through exhibitions, workshops, film festivals, curated walks and more:December 1 to December 31, 2016

New Delhi:BeginningDecember 1, the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi will transform itself into a multi-layered art gallery with both its indoor and outdoor spaces bustling with exhibitions, workshops, curated walks, talks, film festival et al to host one of the most awaited photography festivals of the year, HABITAT PHOTOSPHERE. The month-long photography festival is an initiative of India Habitat Centre curated and conceptualized by Dr Alka Pande that aims to bring into focus sustainable development and environmental awareness through the medium of photography.

One of the main exhibitions during the festival is titledPanchtattvas: The Road Aheadwhich will showcase photographs and photo-based installations created by the four awardees of the prestigious Photosphere grant - Harikrishna Katragadda, Monica Tiwari, Shraddha Borawake and K. R Sunil, each having been mentored in this creative process by renowned, practicing photographers like Parthiv Shah, Bandeep Singh, Prabir Purkayastha and Aditya Arya respectively. And thats not all. The four mentors themselves will be showing their photographic work responding to that of their mentees. Some photographs by both the awardees and their mentors will also be shown at the Mandi House metro station.

Adding to the multi-dimensionality of the exhibition at IHC, Dr Pande will be presenting an animation work on River Ganga, artist Ashim Ghosh will have a light-based installation titledIllumeon view, while Swiss artist Ursula Biemann will be showing a video work calledDeep Weather. In addition, at the Jor Bagh Metro station, authors Kavita Singh Kale and Santosh Kale will be showing images from theirgraphic novel project called 17 Seen Unseen that was published for young adults commissioned by UNESCO MGEIPbased on 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Told by an Idiot’s popular Director’s workshop is back




**Special early bird rate of 302.40 inc VAT if you book before 3 January!**

Dates: 20 Feb, 2017 - 24 Feb, 2017

Venue: Graeae, 138 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DY

Told by an Idiots popular intensive Directors workshop is back for the seventh year running!

The role of the Director in the devising process isnt always straightforward but can be the most rewarding experience a Director can have. This fascinating and intensive workshop led by Told by an Idiot co-founder and Artistic Director Paul Hunter will examine in depth the role of the Director during a collaborative writing project.

By exploring some of the crucial aspects of devising, including establishing trust, creating a playful atmosphere, liberating the performer, generating materials (verbal and physical), editing and the relationship with the creative team, the participants will gain a unique insight into Told by an Idiots devising process from a Directors perspective.

This workshop always sells out in advance so be sure to book your place soon. For more information, please contact our Participation Manager Amanda Castro on

We are able to offer a two subsidised places on this workshop for Deaf and/or disabled directors please contact Amanda Castro for more information on this.

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Suzuki Method Short Course




Six week Short Course running on Wednesday evenings

11th January-15th February 2017


Lead by Lukas Angelini, these training sessions explore Asian performance techniques especially the Suzuki Method. The training sessions seek to explore the participants emotional and physical power and commitment to each moment on stage. Movements are initiated from the centre of the body in which the performers increase their relationship with the ground as well as with the ensemble.

The sessions address and develop a variety of skills that are useful for actors of all performance genres, such as physical strength, control and co-ordination, concentration, energy, breathing, voice and spatial awareness.

The sessions are varied and physically demanding. The training sessions will give you insight into a practice that focuses on the process rather than on a fixed end-product. These sessions are suited for both beginners and experienced performers. It helps to come with a beginners mind as in such a mind are many possibilities.

The course of the course is 60 and booking is through our website at


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