The Producer Farm

Get Together, Get Informed & Get Away

Dance Umbrella, Bristol Old Vic FERMENT, In Between Time, Fuel and Coombe Farm Studios are delighted to have completed their first joint initiative, The Producer Farm.  This residency, for creative producers who have been working professionally in any field of contemporary performance for 5 - 10 years, took place at Coombe Farm Studios in Dittisham, Devon from the 27 June to 1 July 2016. The residency aims to provide time and space for mid-career producers to consider their current work and future potential.

“Producers are central to the development and delivery of the arts. The work is often fast paced with high levels of responsibility. For them to continue and expand their work it is essential to give them space to think more broadly, to re energise, and to share.”

Participant, Producers Farm, July 2016.

Thanks to everyone who joined us for The Producer Farm, especially our first cohort of producers: Pelin Ba┼čaran, Anand Bhatt, Emma Beverley, Abby Butcher, Rachel Briscoe, Katherine Jewkes, Gundega Laivina, Sarah Jane Murray, Roxanne Peak-Payne, and Jackie Wylie.

Speakers included Cesc Casadésus, Director of Mercat des Flors, Barcelona; Katie Moffat, Head of Digital, The Audience Agency; Tania Harrison, Creative Director, Latitude Festival, Toni Racklin, Head of Theatre, Barbican and Sue Hill, Associate Director, Wild Works as well as leaders from our respective organisations.

Read the full press release here. Check out our information pack for the residency here.

If you have any questions about the residency, please contact louise@danceumbrella.co.uk

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