Downloads

The PDFs listed here can be downloaded by selecting the title of the document you want to download.

1. Downloads from the Live Art Development Agency and Live Art UK:

 

Fundraising Resource Handbook 

Fundraising Resource Handbook for artists, developed by LADA, Artsadmin and Home Live Art as part of Arts Council England’s Catalyst scheme (2013-15)

Handbook

Talking Shop - FAQ sheet for recent graduates and emergent artists

A useful factsheet compiled of top tips and advice for artists compiled by the Live Art Development Agency and Artsadmin (Live Art Advisory Network) for the quarterly meeting of Talking Shop.
Live Art, Experimental Theatre and Time-Based Media Frequently Asked Questions, Top Tips, and Useful Lists

I see a fake moon rising, Live Art in the public realm

A free online publication about artist and audience development created in response to IBT13: In Between Time Festival, Bristol, 2013.
I see a fake moon rising

Getting It Out There

This document reflects on and responds to Getting It Out There, a one-day symposium exploring the future of touring for contemporary theatre and Live Art.
Getting It Out There

DIY

Reports on DIY - professional development BY artists FOR artists.
DIY report (pilot year)
DIY 2 report
DIY 2 full artists' reports
DIY 3: 2005 report
DIY 4: 2007 report
DIY 5: 2008 report
DIY 6: 2009 report
DIY 7: 2010 report 
DIY 8: 2011 report
DIY 9: 2012 report

In Time: A Collection of Live Art Case Studies (2010)

A Live Art UK publication resource for artists, promoters and others working in the sector.
In Time

Live Art UK Vision Paper

The Vision Paper of Live Art UK, the national network of Live Art promoters.
Live Art UK Vision Paper

One to One Appraisal

Appraisal of the first five years of the Agency's One to One Bursary Scheme.
One to One Appraisal

Study Room Testimonials

Feedback from different users of the Agency's Study Room collection of Live Art books, dvds and journals. 
Testimonials

Focus Live Art

The challenges facing policy and provision for Live Art in England and looking towards a more sustainable future.
Focus Live Art report
Focus Live Art - challenges summary
Focus Live Art - Manchester meeting minutes
Focus Live Art - Birmingham meeting minutes
Focus Live Art - Brighton meeting minutes

Young People's Resource Pack for Live Art

A resource for teachers and students on Live Art and Performance.

Pack

 

2. Other downloads:

Crowdfunding Guide by Blast Theory 

In October 2014 Blast Theory ran a successful crowdfunding campaign to fund their artistic app Karen. This guide relates to that campaign and is a good place to start for anyone wondering if crowdfunding is for them.
Crowdfunding – A Guide by Blast Theory

British Library Sound Archives

A List of Experimental Theatre and Live Art recordings held at the British Library.
British Library Sound Archives - A Rough Guide

Going Professional

A handout produced by Tate Modern for its Going Professional seminar. The handout contains venue, organisation and course information.
Going Professional Handout

Guide to Funding Opportunities for the International Mobility of Artists and Culture Professionals in Europe

Resource for artists, by PRACTICS and On the Move - September 2011.
Guide

 

Other Downloads are also available on the Live Art UK website, which are designed to provide an overview of Live Art and the infrastructures that support it in the UK