EPAD online or in-person Support Surgeries - January dates
Edinburgh Performing Arts Development (EPAD) is a project, supported by the City of Edinburgh Council, which aims to strengthen Edinburgh's performing arts sector through facilitated skills-sharing and networking. You can read more about our work at www.epad.org.uk
We run advisory sessions for independent performing artists, technicians, producers and arts workers based in Edinburgh who work professionally in dance, theatre, and performance. If you have a question, an issue or an idea you would like to discuss please book a slot to talk it through.
We are particularly keen to extend this invitation to people who are under-represented within the city's performing arts community.
Examples of the sort of support you might be looking for could include: help making industry contacts, support around the impact of Covid-19, making a funding application, support with the development of your project idea or thinking about new ways of working.
We have a large list of people working across a range of performing arts organisations in Edinburgh who are committed to sharing their time, expertise, and resources. Following an initial consultation with us, we will seek to match you with someone who can help to meet your needs.
There are 6 sessions available spread over Wednesday 19th and Wednesday 26th January 2022. We are hoping that some sessions may be held in-person at the Festival Theatre and we will continue to offer online Surgeries too.
Due to the nature of our funding, this opportunity is only available to arts workers based in Edinburgh.
Surgeries are available either online or in person (View)
Festival Theatre, 13 / 29 Nicolson Street
Edinburgh EH8 9FT
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The Festival Theatre is fully accessible. We will send access details if you would like to have an in-person Surgery.