Open Captioned performance of Frankenstein by Cascade Dance
Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon 13th November 2018
Celebrating 200 years since the publication of Mary Shelley’s masterpiece; Cascade breathes new life into a story that has become so much more to us than its 19th Century origins. Visceral and engaging, Cascade’s production brings to the stage all the potency, drama and tragic inevitability that has made the original novel beloved of generation after generation.
We all know Frankenstein; the tale of the monster made of and by man. A cautionary tale, a creation story, an outsider story…a love story.
This November, a new Frankenstein is born as a company of six performers and two musicians bring to life Artistic Director Phil Williams’ compelling new adaptation of the ultimate gothic fantasy.
Supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government and the National Lottery, with additional support from Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Ty Cerdd and Creu Cymru.
Cascade Dance Theatre in coproduction with Taliesin Arts Centre
Every performance of Frankenstein will feature open captioning for D/deaf, deafened and hard of hearing audience members.
Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon 13th November 2018 Celebrating 200 years since the publication of Mary Shelley’s masterpiece; Cascade breathes new life into a story that has become so much more to us than its 19th Century origins. Visceral and engaging, Cascade’s production brings to the
Hafren, The Entertainment Venue, Newtown is offering an opportunity for five artists / arts organisations to work with local community groups on a participatory arts project this autumn / winter.
We are looking at five commissions overall and want them to reflect the diversity of Newtown by each working with a different community or group. The ‘communities’ or groups can be established groups such as the scouts / WI / YFC or an entire village or a school, or a café and its regulars. It may be a group you know already or one that is new to you or your arts organisation. Artists and arts organisations may apply singly or may collaborate (we are happy to match artists if we feel that they would work well together). They can apply for more than one commission or may combine commissions to work with more than one community. The commission applicants must be Welsh or based in Wales.
The deadline for the proposal submission is Friday 7th September 2018.
The Cymrodoriaeth g39 Fellowship is a five-year programme at g39 for artists, supported by Freelands Artist Programme.
This is an opportunity for early career artists to take part in a programme of artistic development, with curatorial and practical support from g39. For each cohort five artists will be selected to take part in a structured programme of studio practice and self-directed research at g39 over a period of two years.
Each artist will receive:
– A fee of £10,000 over two years – Studio space and access to resources at g39 for a six-month period each year for two years – A programme of training, mentoring and practical support from g39 and visiting contributors onsite, and opportunities to travel for research and networking – The opportunity to take part in an exhibition and symposium with other artists and alumni on the Freelands Artist Programme – Accommodation in Cardiff for artists based over two hours away – Costs towards specific access requirements
It forms part of the Freelands Artist Programme alongside equivalent initiatives organised by PS2 (Paragon Studios/Project Space) in Belfast, Site Gallery in Sheffield and Talbot Rice Gallery at the University of Edinburgh.
See our website to download information and instructions on how to apply: www.g39.org
The Cymrodoriaeth g39 Fellowship is a five-year programme at g39 for artists, supported by Freelands Artist Programme. This is an opportunity for early career artists to take part in a programme of artistic development, with curatorial and practical support from g39. For each cohort five artists
The fourth round of Ffilm Cymru Wales’ Beacons short film scheme is now open for applications.
Funded through Ffilm Cymru’s BFI Welsh Talent Network, Beacons invests in emerging writers, directors and producers from Wales to develop bold and unique voices, explore diverse forms of cinematic storytelling, and establish flourishing careers as feature filmmakers. This year, between five and seven short films will be funded, with awards ranging between £5,000 and £15,000. Films can be up to 15 minutes in length, made in any genre or technique, including animation, documentary, Virtual Reality and 360° filmmaking, and may be in English, Welsh or a mix of languages reflecting the rich heritage and cultural diversity of Wales.
Kimberley Warner, Ffilm Cymru’s Head of Creative Business, comments: “Beacons is our best opportunity to discover the next wave of exciting Welsh filmmakers; we’re looking for filmmakers with a strong point of view and a cinematic eye, and not necessarily a formal background in film.”
The fourth round of Ffilm Cymru Wales’ Beacons short film scheme is now open for applications. Funded through Ffilm Cymru’s BFI Welsh Talent Network, Beacons invests in emerging writers, directors and producers from Wales to develop bold and unique voices, explore diverse forms of cinematic
Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education and the Marsh Christian Trust are delighted to announce the Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education 2018.
The Awards, which recognise and celebrate the achievements of those working in learning and education within gallery or visual arts contexts (freelance, salaried or as volunteers) in the UK and internationally, grant winners £500 to spend on their professional development.
Nominations Deadline: 10am, Monday 3 September 2018.
Awards of £500 each will be offered to five individuals in the UK and one internationally, working in learning or education in or for galleries or visual arts organisations, who have shown dedication or innovation in their work. The Awards will be announced at the Engage International Conference in Manchester 13-14 November 2018.
Winners should use the Award to support their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and each will be asked to complete a short feedback form by March 2019.
Since 2011, the Awards have successfully enabled winners to develop their arts education practice through funding attendance of courses and conferences, the joining of professional associations, visiting of good practice in the UK and abroad, funding of research, and by inspiring personal and professional confidence through the recognition of their work.
Who can be nominated?
Nominations are encouraged for colleagues at all stages of their careers, working freelance, in salaried positions or as volunteers. Engage welcomes nominations for those working with organisations of all sizes. Nominations for non-members of Engage are also invited. Nominators should be a colleague or a representative of an organisation who has worked with the nominee.
If you made a nomination in previous years please feel free to do so again – we would be pleased to consider your nomination in 2018. Engage wishes to thank colleagues for the very high standard of applications received in the past seven years.
How to make a nomination
Click here to download a Nomination Form. Please complete this and email to [email protected] by 10am, Monday 3 September 2018.
If you are nominating someone, please let them know you are doing so and consult with them about the application; we would like to know how each nominee would like to use the award for their Continuing Professional Development. There are only five questions to answer on the form, and nomination should take less than an hour to complete.
Judging criteria and process
Nominations should demonstrate how nominees have exceeded the expectations of their role, by showing dedication or innovation in their work.
Judging will take place and winners informed in late September. A panel of experts in gallery education along with representatives from the Marsh Christian Trust and Engage will select the winners. The Awards will be presented during the Engage International Conference in Manchester (13-14 November 2018). The Award ceremony will include a description of the winners’ education work and achievements, and winners will be invited to submit a short video about their work to screen. UK winners will be offered travel expenses (up to £150) to attend the Awards event, dinner and a complimentary day place to attend Conference on the day of the ceremony or the following day (regretfully, we cannot offer travel expenses for international winners to attend the Award presentation).
If you have any queries please contact Ailbhe Mac Eoin, Communications Officer, Engage: [email protected] / 020 7729 5858. Engage is committed to equality of access. Should you need nomination details in another format please contact engage on: 020 7729 5858 / [email protected]
About the Marsh Awards
The Marsh Christian Trust was founded in 1981 as a grant-making body. The trust runs an Awards scheme of some 75 Awards run in partnership with organisations across the fields of the Arts, Heritage, Social Welfare and Conservation. The trust works in partnership with organisations, such as engage, to identify the best candidates and deliver these awards. The Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education were launched in 2011 as an annual award to recognise those working in Gallery Education who have shown dedication or innovation in their work.
Marsh Awards Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education and the Marsh Christian Trust are delighted to announce the Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education 2018. The Awards, which recognise and celebrate the achievements of those working in learning and education within gallery