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Future Station – July

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Future Station – July

Opening: 30/07/14 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM | Free

Future Station is a regular, informal evening hosted by Metal for artists working in all disciplines and those with an interest in the arts to come together to discuss ideas, meet other artists and learn new skills.

The format of each evening is as follows:-

6pm – 7pm: Practical session / ‘surgery’ run by experts on different (useful) subjects for artists.
Negotiating temporary space for exhibition/performance:  Tamsin Drury from hÅb

7pm – 7.30pm: 3 Minute Wonders – Up to 10 x 3 minute ‘open mic’ spots for artists to tell you about new ideas, existing projects, opportunities coming up etc.  If you want to sign up for a slot, email jodie@metalculture.com

7.30pm: Invited guest speaker with opportunity for Q&A
Alan Lane from Slung Low 
Slung Low is a company that makes adventures for audiences outside of conventional theatre spaces. Slung Low’s aim is to make unlikely, ambitious and original adventures for audiences, each with powerful, moving story at its heart. Shows that re-examine how audiences go and see a piece of theatre. Their ambition has always been to transport our audience to new places and to make them see familiar places from new perspectives.
Slung Low’s home is the Holbeck Underground Ballroom (The HUB). Five railway arches in Holbeck South Leeds. The HUB is a rehearsal space which they make available to those making performance in the region who have need of it.

8pm – 9pm: Food

Artists, working in all disciplines who think they may benefit from engaging with a dynamic, ambitious, artist-led environment are welcome to drop by.

This is a FREE event but booking essential – BOOK HERE.

Contact jodie@metalculture.com or call [0151] 7072277 for more information or if you would be interested in presenting at any of the Future Station meetings



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