101 Outdoor Arts and the Corn Exchange Newbury have announced the successful recipients of a series of grants, available to outdoor artists who have been negatively affected by COVID-19.
As the impact of lost 2020 touring opportunities untangles, they will be supporting outdoor artists to explore new ways of working, to research and develop ideas around innovative ways that they can make their work available for audiences online and help them bring the digital outdoors. With over 80 applications of exceptional quality and diversity, 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space (part of the Corn Exchange Trust) will be supporting eleven exciting projects as part of their commitment to the professional development of artists who make work for the outdoors and public spaces.
Chris Bullzini, world renowned circus artist, will be exploring the unique view of a high wire performer with 360 panoramic digital technology.
Flick Ferdinando, a director, performer and maker, will be live streaming the Caroline Carter Show and offering mentoring opportunities for outdoor arts directors…
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