Festival Director Kate Craddock invites you to join a conversation about possibilities for working internationally as an artist.
Over the last few years, GIFT has been exploring different models for international working, which will offer a starting point for the group discussion. Kate will be joined online as part of this event by individual artists whose processes for creation involve working in contexts beyond the UK, to share how they have built relationships internationally to support the development of their own individual practice - and to give some insight into the artistic projects that they are in the process of creating.
Participants are invited to bring along a packed lunch, be ready to ask questions and to share experiences of their own. This event is open to anyone who is interested, but will be of particular interest to artists and producers working in live performance. If you would like to attend the online discussion aspect of this event only, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kate Craddock is the founder and festival director of GIFT. Kate will be joined online in conversation by Camilla Parini in Switzerland, Mark Maughan in Columbia, and Greg Wohead in Portugal.
This event is supported by Pro Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council. Image: Lunchtime Conversations, GIFT 2017. Image Richard Kenworthy.
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GIFT is ticketed on a Pay What You Decide basis, and we invite you to make a donation at a level you can afford. There is a minimum donation of £1 per event (required towards booking fee).
If it is helpful to you, our suggested guide ticket price for this event is £10. GIFT is funded on a project by project basis, and does not receive any regular core funding. All of your donations go back into helping GIFT to support artists to develop and present new work, and into the future life of the festival.
Recommended age rating: All ages welcome
Duration: 2 hours
Gateshead Central Library
Prince Consort Road