Artist Koko Brown is facilitating a ACE Project Grants Workshop for Black artists, producers and theatre-makers.
This free workshop, facilitated by artist Koko Brown will cover the basics of applying to Arts Council England for a Project Grant. Exclusively for Black artists, producers and theatre-makers, the workshop is free to attend and will cover the new gudiance for the recently re-opened Project Grants from Arts Council England.
Supported by New Diorama Theatre & Arts Council England.
- The workshop is exclusively for Black artists and producers.
- The workshop will take place over Zoom
- Friday 7th August @ 11.30am
- Duration: 2 hours
- The workshop will be live captioned and BSL interpreted.
- There are 50 places available.
- All places are free of charge.
About Koko Brown
Born and bred in North-West London and ‘works well with others’, according to all of her school reports. Koko Brown is a multidisciplinary artist who blends theatre, spoken word and live vocal looping in all her work.
She takes pride in her roots and creates work about being the other – mainly focusing on race, mental health, sexuality, gender, and identity.
She has performed with venues such as the National Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith, and the Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh). Her work has been performed at the Roundhouse, Soho Theatre and at Glastonbury Festival. She has collaborated with Sean Holmes, Simon Stephens and Stef O’Driscoll on various shows and projects.
She is an Alumni Associate Artist at Ovalhouse theatre and an Alumni Resident Artist at the Roundhouse.