We are proud to be a part of the Greater Manchester LGBT Arts + Culture Network and we have a fantastic opportunity for LGBTQ+ artists/companies. Apply for a New Performance Bursary and have the chance to perform new work in 2020, supported by Network members including us!
Greater Manchester LGBT Arts + Culture Network is an LGBT Foundation project, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. The Network aims to provide support, training + awareness for cultural organisations in delivering events and projects in all boroughs with LGBT+ artists, participants, staff, and audiences.
Thirteen cultural organisations from across Greater Manchester are taking part in the pilot scheme throughout 2019-20: Octagon Theatre, Contact, HOME, Islington Mill, Manchester International Festival, Manchester Metropolitan University, Oldham Coliseum, People’s History Museum, The Lowry, The Met, The Royal Exchange Theatre, The University of Manchester, and Waterside.
Opportunity: Greater Manchester LGBT Arts + Culture Network is seeking submissions from artists/creatives, performers and makers based in Greater Manchester, to develop and present new performance works at a conference event at HOME on 22 January 2020, as part of PUSH Festival.
Work that is seen as more innovative and experimental, or has traditional/mainstream appeal will be considered. Bursaries are open to early career artists and companies as well as those more established, who are based in Greater Manchester.
Deadline for applications is Wed 18 September, 5pm