Metal New Artist Network: Share, Show, Tell with Kate Marsh
November 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Got an idea for the start of a project? Want to get some feedback about something you’re working on? For our final Metal New Artist Network session of the year, we’re welcoming dance artist, researcher and producer Kate Marsh for an informal online sharing session.
There will be space to talk about what projects you’re working on, any ideas you might have, problems you’ve encountered as an artist, and to network with other creatives to build your own artist connections.
Kate will open the session with an icebreaker, before sharing about her own practice and experience of being an artist, academic and producer. The digital floor is then open to you! Feel free to ask questions, share your screen, tell people what you’re up to and ask for support. Kate will facilitate the session so you can focus on sharing.
Wondering what to share? It could be:
– An idea for a piece/performance
– An artist bio you’ve been working on
– Questions around funding applications
– Finding collaborators for a project
– Top tips you’ve discovered being an artist
– Feedback on an idea or piece of work
If you’re unsure about sharing but don’t want to miss out on the conversation, you can still come along and listen. We would love to have your input if you would like to feed in.
The session will run for 75 minutes, and if you’d like to share, you’ll be given a 3-5 minute slot. If you would prefer to provide us with the information in advance so we can share your work from our screens, please get in touch. Remember, there is no pressure to share something.
About Kate Marsh
Kate Marsh is a disabled dance artist-researcher and producer. She is an associate producer at Metal and a researcher fellow at C-DaRE (Centre for Dance Research at Coventry University). Kate’s interest is primarily in creating and nurturing spaces for marginalised artists to explore and realise their artistic ideas.
There will be live captioning for this session. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Image credit: Pat Mic