Coombe Farm Studios, Devon
APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR PRODUCER FARM 2020
The week-long residency for creative producers returns to Coombe Farm Studios in Dittisham, Devon in June 2020. This year’s Producer Farm is for producers who have been working professionally in any field of contemporary performance for 5 – 10 years.APPLY
‘A truly inspirational cohort of speakers, provocateurs and fierce facilitators…. A hugely useful reorganisation of priorities and values that will impact the rest of my career.’ SARAH SHARP, 2018 PARTICIPANT
A residency which provides time and space for contemporary performance producers to refresh their current practice, and consider their future potential.
Running annually since 2016, Producer Farm is a week-long residency for creative producers which provides time and space for artists to focus on their work in a beautiful rural setting. Producer Farm offers structured learning from inspiring professionals, networking, discussion and dedicated time for creative reflection.
2019 participants: Chloé Naldrett Elwood, Nancy Galant, Christine Grimwood, Henriette Kassay-Schuster, Bryony McIntyre, Jocelyn S. Mills, Michelle Rocha, Mayo Rodriguez, Jo Verrent and Jen White
2019 speakers: Matthew Austin and Kate Yedigaroff Co-Directors of MAYK (Bristol), Pelin Basaran programme manager at Contact (Manchester), contemporary performance maker and choreographer Dan Canham, Rob Hopkins author and cofounder of Transition Town Totnes and Transition Network, Alex Mecklenburg provocative business coach and co-founder of Truth & Spectacle and Rachel Nelken Head of Creative Programmes at the Albany Theatre (Coventry).
'Exceptional producers are step-changers, innovators, dream weavers...What changes do they see? What will the future hold? How does the Producer lead?' HELEN COLE, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR/CEO, IN BETWEEN TIME
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