FRESH AiR 2010

AiR PROJECT presents 

FRESH AiR
Saturday 5 June 2010

FRESH AiR is a new initiative from Queen Mary, University of London, produced in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency, that offers recent Live Art graduates and emergent artists support, advice and professional development.

FRESH AiR features FRESH TIPS (a day of information and advice from experienced artists, and one to one advisory sessions) and FRESH AiR PLATFORM (an open submissions performance platform, mentoring, and critical feedback for programmed artists).

FRESH AiR is part of Queen Mary’s wider Artists in Residence (AiR) project – an in-house initiative to sustain established Live Art practitioners, support emerging artists, and invest in the spaces that nurture their work and audiences.

FRESH AiR developed out of the East End Collaborations project

FRESH TIPS…
From 11.00 on Saturday 5 June 2010

FRESH TIPS is a day of information and advice from experienced artists and promoters on subjects such as practice-based research, critical writing, documentation, collaboration and ethical practices. Short one to one advisory sessions on specific practical and conceptual issues will also be available.

FRESH TIPS contributors:
• Ron Athey
• Oreet Ashery
• Stacy Makishi
• Manuel Vason
• Helena Hunter
• Lois Weaver
• John Jordan
• Keith Khan

FRESH AiR PLATFORM
From 18.00 on Saturday 5 June 2010

The FRESH AiR PLATFORM is an opportunity for nine emerging artists to introduce their work to audiences and peers. The FRESH AiR PLATFORM will take place in a range of spaces at Queen Mary, University of London.

FRESH AiR PLATFORM artists:
• Lewis Church
• Katharine Fry
• Jamie Lewis Hadley
• Nick Kilby
• Gillie Kleiman
• Louise Mothersole
• Sarah Ruff and Ed Currie
• Darren White
• Antonia Wilson

Details of the PLATFORM application process can be found here. This deadline has now passed.

Location:
Department of Drama
Queen Mary
University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS

Bookings: email: [email protected] Tel: 020 7882 5196

Tickets: Fresh Tips £6(£4), Fresh AiR Platform £6(£4)
OR £12(£8) for both events

More information: www.airproject.qmul.ac.uk

FRESH AiR is part of Queen Mary’s wider Artists in Residence (AiR) project – an in-house initiative to sustain established Live Art practitioners, support emerging artists, and invest in the spaces that nurture their work and audiences.

FRESH AiR developed out of the East End Collaborations project 

Banner image credit:

Lois Weaver as Tammy WhyNot.

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