Hello to the LADA community,
It is a great pleasure to be speaking with you all directly as LADA’s current Artistic Director.
I initially accepted the invitation to this interim post with the intention of securing the organisation’s future, primarily through ensuring that LADA’s status as a National Portfolio Organisation would be reinstated. I have worked closely with LADA’s previous Board and Directors and with LADA’s new Board and staff in an effort to secure this and I am delighted that we have succeeded in meeting our aim.
We now have strong intentions to continue this work by building on LADA’s legacy, presence and activity within the field of Live Art. Over 2023-2024, I will be implementing changes within the organisation that align with my initiative ecologies of care, whereby new policies and procedures will be established to ensure best practice across the Board.
We will be releasing news over the next months about our current activities as well as new opportunities for artists to get involved. We look forward to welcoming you back into the Garrett Centre, see you very soon.
LADA’s Interim Artistic Director
The Live Art Development Agency is delighted to announce that we have re-entered Arts Council England’s National Portfolio.Read more
With the help and support of LADA patrons, the former board of directors has now been replaced by a completely new board as of July 2023.Read more
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this closure may cause throughout the month of August.Read more
Live Art Development Agency is pleased to announce Malik Nashad Sharpe as our second Black Scholars Residency artist.Read more
Live Art Development Agency is pleased to announce Madinah Farhannah Thompson as our first Black Scholars Residency artist.Read more
LADA welcomes Tania Camara as new Interim Artist Development Manager.Read more
Live Art Development Agency is pleased to welcome Ria Righteous as the new Interim Director.Read more