Saturday 15 February 2020, 10-1pm
Producers are essential to a thriving arts and cultural scene. They know how to take a creative idea and make it happen or a creative talent and help it flourish. They know everything there is to know about putting on a show or performance from seeking the finance to securing the rights to attracting an audience. Producing is traditionally a job learned on the job. However, this workshop will introduce you to the basics. It will share the skills, knowledge and know-how to turn bright ideas into a production or performance, or move a grassroots scene forward to a professional level.
Topics covered include:
- Defining a project
- Bringing form and structure to the idea
- Raising and managing the money
- Managing the production
- Equality, diversity and inclusion
- Basic marketing and PR
- Environmental considerations
- Networks and support
Anyone who undertakes the workshop will be offered a free one to one Producer’s Surgery as a follow up which will focus on your project, creative or professional development. You will also be invited to join a dedicated Aberdeen Producers alumni group.
Date, time & venue
10am – 1pm Saturday 15 February 2020
The Anatomy Rooms
Aberdeen, AB10 1AN
This venue is fully accessible. If you have any other access requirements please get in touch.
£25.00 full price. £20.00Anatomy Room members. £15.00 students and concessions. Resources and refreshments included.
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For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This project has been supported by Creative funding from Aberdeen City Council.
Image credit: Simon M Scott www.simonmscott.com