Greater Manchester ARTIST HUB support

The Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester are joining forces with our fellow GM arts organisations to support the freelance artists of our city-region’s vibrant artistic community with the GM Artist Hub.

Learn more and sign up for sessions with artistic development producers and directors at gm-artisthub.co.uk

 

‘It means so much to be a part of the GM Artist Hub. We are here to be a community for the incredible artists and freelance creatives of Greater Manchester, and stand side by side them and our fellow arts organisations and venues – together, we will get through this.’

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Zak Khan (Royal Exchange Theatre Producer) 

 

 

In these unprecedented times, we are coming together to offer our support to the independent practitioners, artists and companies of Greater Manchester.

These times call for new ways of thinking and new ways of working.

We’re with you as you make sense of things. Head over to our surgeries page to sign up for a free half-hour surgery session where you can talk your questions through with two of us at a time.

We’re with you as you begin to adapt. From May, we’ll be hosting an extensive programme of workshops to help you find new ways of keeping your creative practice sharp and upskill yourself for the future.

We’re with you as you take the lead. We’ll listen when you tell us what you need and we’ll try to meet those needs as best we can.

With best wishes,

Community Arts Northwest, Contact , hÅb & Word of Warning,HOME, Manchester International Festival, Octagon Theatre Bolton, Oldham Coliseum Theatre, Royal Exchange Theatre, SICK! FestivalSustained Theatre Up North, The Lowry, Waterside Arts & Creative Industries Trafford, Z-arts

 

Coming up….

Arts Council Emergency Fund: First thoughts + Grantium 101
Thursday 9 April 2020, 4-6pm, on Zoom.

Arts Council Emergency Fund: What do we know?
Tuesday 14 April 2020, at 12-2pm, on Zoom.

Arts Council England’s emergency fund for individuals and organisations opens on Thursday 9 April. This is a brand new fund and we’re all working it out together. Join us for two one-off group sessions bringing together independent artists and venue producers to look at what we do and don’t know, what the big questions might be and what to do when the application window goes live.

Please read up about the ACE Emergency Fund Guidelines here.

Please head over to our Advisory Sessions page to register to attend and receive the password and Zoom link.

Private advisory sessions will be available for booking from Friday 10 April onwards.

 

 

9 Apr 2020

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