This is a great opportunity for 10 artists/companies wishing to develop new, small-medium scale touring work for the outdoors.
Not only will the selected productions be presented on the Southbank at Watch This Space Festival, National Theatre and Stockton International Riverside Festival but each project will receive a development fund of £2k along with the chance to win either an Audience or Jury cash prize of £1000 as well as additional bookings at Watch This Space and London Pleasure Gardens later on in the summer.
This initiative aims to provide UK based artists working in the outdoor arts sector the opportunity to develop new small-medium scale projects. Gi20 will also nurture emerging companies and established artists from a range of art forms (circus, theatre, dance or visual arts) who are interested in creating work for the outdoors for the first time.
Gi20 provides an environment for artists to learn from experienced leaders in the field, the opportunity to present their work in front of UK programmers and mentoring and production support in order to develop successful touring projects.
Please visit http://remarkableproductions.org/gi20/ for more info and to download an application form.
A short video from last year’s event is available here: http://remarkableproductions.org/fest_gi20.html
‘…to be part of a platform like this has been invaluable.’
Accidental Collective, 2011 Gi20 participant
National Theatre and Stockon International Festival
Ruby Baker, ruby [at] remarkableproductions.org | 0207 73871203