artist-led npo discussion panel
We ask 2 Artist-led NPOs about their experience of being an NPO, the challenges they faced, the benefits and their advice for other artists.
- Location: The Wardrobe Theatre, 25 West Street, Bristol, BS2 0DF
- Time: 1pm-4pm
- Contact: Marcin@theatrebristol.net
- Price: Free
In conversation with Action Hero and Wise Children facilitated by Theatre Bristol. An informal event about the pros and cons of applying for NPO (National Portfolio Organisation) status. We ask 2 Artist-led NPOs about their experience of being an NPO, the challenges they faced, the benefits and their advice for other artists and companies who are considering it.
It is for any artist or company who would like to know more about being an NPO.
Areas of Focus:
- Is NPO the right structure for you?
- Things to consider when applying
- Expectations and reporting to ACE
There is an agenda to help us stay focused but we are asking you to propose questions in advance by voting here.
This event is free to take part in. All you need to do is register below and we’ll send you more details about the event closer to the time.
The Wardrobe Theatre bar will be open during the event for light refreshments.
Theatre Bristol are offering 4 x freelancer bursaries for this event (£50 per person). If you would like a bursary, please email email@example.com.
Full schedule to follow.
Access and Travel Information:
Covid-19: Currently all performances at The Wardrobe Theatre are non-socially distanced. Mask wearing is optional but strongly encouraged during events. All staff and artists have lateral flow tests before entering the building and the venue is ventilated before and after the show. If you have any specific questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can download the venue’s accessibility information from their website. The event will have a BSL interpreter. If you have any specific access requirements, please contact Marcin@theatrebristol.net when booking.
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