Ciara O’Mahony and Kath Gorman from Promenade are delighted to host a producer's coffee morning at this year's Pitch’d Circus and Street Art Festival.
Join us in the Marina Market for a complimentary tea or coffee from 10.30am - 11.45am to meet fellow producers, share ideas and projects, ask questions and connect with potential colleagues.
This event is open to all career stages particularly emerging producers looking to meet other arts professionals. We also welcome project managers, administrators and aspiring producers looking to take that first step.
Let’s sip coffee, eat pastries, chat and connect!
Why attend the Coffee Morning?
- It's Free
- In person networking (we're all tired of zoom)
- Opportunities to meet both senior and emerging producers working across artforms
- Friendly and welcoming atmosphere
- Meet potential colleagues, chat about projects, ask questions
Promenade are delighted to be offering 5 micro bursaries to attend our industry producer events at this year’s festival.
Are you someone with limited or no producing experience? But interested in finding out more?
Or perhaps you are from a section of the community underrepresented in the arts, i.e. you identify as a minority or disadvantaged group? Live outside Cork city/county?
Then this opportunity is for you!
Each bursary is valued at €100 and can be used to cover your costs such as travel, food and
accommodation for attending Promenade events in Cork city on 16 and 17 September.
How to apply:
The floor is yours. You can apply by sending us a short video testimonial, a quick voice note recording, or a short written statement into why you should attend our industry events and the value it will add to your career development.
A video or voice note recording should be no more than 2 minutes and a written statement should be no more than 250 words.
Simply email email@example.com by Friday 25th August at 5pm with your application
and the subject line ‘Promenade Bursaries’. Any questions? Please email Ciara O’Mahony at the above email address.
This producer support program was co-funded by the European Union’s Single Market Programme.
Promenade provides artists and organisations with strategic and creative project support to help reach their goals and aspirations in the field of circus, participatory arts, public arts, spectacle and street arts.
Our ambition is to support artists and organisations working in these creative fields to create work that is unexpected, relevant and contemporary, impacting positively on people’s lives.
We build Irish and International partnerships to create high quality and ambitious arts experiences and work with the next generation of producers and artists, providing training and mentoring to support career development.