TRAINING AND NETWORKING EVENT FOR EARLY CAREER ARTISTS
Over the next few years Metal is looking to further develop a free programme of support for Early Career Artists, those in their first few years of defining themselves as an artist.
Though not exclusively, we are particularly interested in how we can help early career artists who live or work in our host cities of Liverpool, Peterborough and Southend on Sea.
Click here to see how we define an ‘early career artist’.
On the 2nd Thursday of every other month, we will host a bi-monthly training and networking event on Zoom, aimed specifically at early career artists .
Format:1.5hrs, 40 minutes of the presenter / trainer, 20 minutes questions and answers followed by 30 minutes of networking.
This month we are delighted that Travis Alabanza is kicking off the programme.
Thursday 16th July : 7pm – 8:30pm – FREE
What 2 Do Online with Travis Alabanza
The internet is a headache. Period. And it is hard to manage. Some would say I do it well, some would say I do it bad. But undoubtedly, as someone who did not have access to formal arts education or access in, the internet was a way that impacted my foot in the door. I’ll use this workshop to just tell you my personal way of using it, some tips I’ve used along the way, but more importantly give a chance for us all to type out just how we feel about it – and share our tips and tricks.
About Travis Alabanza
Travis Alabanza is an award winning theatre maker, writer, and performer. Their work in the last three years has been featured and noted by numerous publications including Guardian, BBC, Independent, MOBO awards, Gay Times and listed in the Evening Standard as one of the 25 most influential under 25 year olds. Their theatre show Burgerz won the total theatre award 2019, and sold out runs at Southbank Centre, HAU Berlin, Sao Paulo Brazil and Bristol Old Vic.
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