FRESH AiR

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

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

FRESH AiR developed out of the East End Collaborations project and was 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.

Other projects in FRESH AiR

Opportunities for emerging artists and recent graduates in collaboration with Queen Mary, University of London

(Re)Fresh

An evening of intergenerational commissions and dialogues, and tips on issues of AGE and WAGE, with QMUL.

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Fem Fresh – Feminism, Age and Live Art

A day of intergenerational performance and dialogue on, about, and around feminism and age in Live Art

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FRESH AiR 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.

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FRESH AiR 2011

Opportunities for emerging artists and recent graduates in collaboration with Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL).

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Banner image credit:

Jiva Parthipan. Photograph: Christa Holka

Also

Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme

A transnational partnership on collaborative arts funded by Creative Europe, 2014-18

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Remote Performances

Commissioned performances live from Outlandia, a unique artists’ tree-house studio in Glen Nevis.

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Exposures

A book of collaborative photographs of the body in performance by Manuel Vason.

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Ongoing

Reimagining Care

LADA’s latest project Reimagining Care focuses on contemporary discourses about care and care practices, exploring how they can contribute to transforming the art sector.

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Prague, Czech Republic, December 2007

Live in Prague- a festival of British Live Art , Performances, discussions, and workshops

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Labour Practices: Ethics of Service and Ideas of Labour in Performance

A panel on the ways artists use ideas of service and labour as creative strategies as part of At Your Service.

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Restock, Rethink, Reflect

An ongoing series of initiatives mapping and marking representations of identity politics in Live Art

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MIF 2019: Animals of Manchester (including HUMANZ)

Documentation, context and information about a project by Theatre of Research & LADA for Manchester International Festival 2019considering intergenerational, interspecies relations.    

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