Getting It Out There

Getting It Out There was a one-day symposium exploring the future of touring for contemporary theatre and Live Art. Held in Lancaster on 12 May 2012, it brought together panels of art-form specialists to ask questions about the role of curators, programmers, producers and venues. It considered the wider implications of the structures used to fund, develop and present new work, and emerging models for touring countrywide. 

Live at LICA and Live Art UK have now published a 40 page collection of texts from and reflections on the event, which is now available to download here.

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