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October 2013

Bursaries available to attend Independent Street Arts Network Conference – deadline 1 Nov

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Bursaries are now available for artists and arts venues to network and share experience with practitioners UK wide at the Independent Street Arts Network Biennial Conference, at the Birmingham Hippodrome on November 20-21 2013.

These bursaries are part of Articulture’s ‘The Great Outdoors Expedition initiative – a series of new opportunities that aim to spark the creation of innovative and high quality outdoor arts in Wales.

Through providing these bursaries it is hoped that a wider arena of sharing, connections and collaborations can be created, as well initiating a distinct Welsh presence at these international events. They are provided with the support of the Arts Council Wales, ISAN and Creu Cymru.

Apply for an Artist Bursary

For details visit here. Deadline for application: Friday 1st November 2013

Apply for an Arts Venue Bursary

Contact Creu Cymru for details here. Deadline for application: Friday 1st November 2013

Join The Great Outdoors Expedition – New Opportunities for Outdoor Arts in Wales

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Join Articulture on their Great Outdoors Expedition, a series of new and exciting opportunities mapped out across Wales and beyond in 2014, open to all Wales based arts practitioners, funders, development officers, festivals and venues.

Kick starting this Autumn 2013 The Great Outdoors Expedition includes bursaries, networking events, mini encounters and the chance to create new small-scale commissions with high profile arts events. The first is coming up soon – a limited number of bursaries for Wales based artists and arts venues are now available to attend the Independent Street Arts Network’s Biennial Conference in Birmingham this November. An invaluable chance to network with practitioners UK wide and attend talks and seminars presented by a range of high profile speakers.

The Great Outdoors Expedition takes forward the input of over a hundred practitioners who came to The Great Outdoors Conference in 2012 – Wales’ first national conference for outdoor performance. It is supported by the Arts Council of Wales.