|23rd Apr 2021 to 26th Apr 2021|
|10am - 8pm|
|£20 weekend pass / Individual workshops £5 (£2)|
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These workshops are designed for aspiring creative producers, self-producing artists (SPAs), and those who are reluctant producers of their own and other people’s work. These events are supported by Creative Scotland and are targeted at all artforms and all levels of experience, from all across Scotland. We also welcome other practitioners based in the rest of the UK and further afield to join in if they wish.
Each 2hr workshop will be led by specialists in individual aspects of the creative process. They will be live transcribed using otter.ai, which will also give participants an audio recording of the workshop to refer back to later.
The cost is £5 per workshop (or £2 for those to whom £5 presents a financial barrier). There is an all-workshop pass for £20 which provides the link for 8 different workshops and 4 additional events.
The event line up for ShowMe includes workshops on:
- Marketing & Fundraising
- Pitching Your Work to Potential Funders & Partners
- "Who's Not In The Room?" Audience Development & Reaching Underrepresented Groups
- "Producing: Proper Job, Honest!" An Introduction To Careers In Producing
- Narrowcast Social Media & The Future of Marketing
- The Producer As Inspirer & Inventor
- Wellness: Balancing Passion & Resilience
Weekend passholders will also receive invitations to:
- Mairi Campbell's Digital Ceilidh
- Shakespeare Pub Quiz with Will & Co.
- Project Sharing
- Open Q&A with Chris Grady
Find a copy of the brochure for the event here: issuu.com
Buy tickets and weekend passes here: www.tickettailor.com
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for ShowMe: A Festival of Workshops for Producers & Creatives are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
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