Artsadmin offers a unique and free one-to-one advice service to UK-based artists working in contemporary performance, at any stage of their career. Sessions are informal and artist-led, offering an opportunity to talk about anything from artistic ideas and project development to funding and contexts for your work.
Since it was set up in 1998, our Advisory Service has since provided advice, information and guidance to over 5,000 artists.
We are temporarily suspending our advisory service. This is a part of a wider strategic review in which we are looking at new ways of engaging with artists and better supporting the communities we work with. We hope to re-open our advisory service later in the summer.
In the meantime, please have a look at our links page, as well as some resources around finance from our Money Week, including financial templates, videos and resources.
If you have any thoughts on what resources, conversations or programmes might be useful to artists in the UK, you’re welcome to submit ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Artist Support Team
Reena Kalsi joined Artsadmin from Battersea Arts Centre, where she was a Producer. Much of her work included programming performances, hosting artist residencies and supporting artists on their creative journeys. Reena was also an instrumental part in BAC’s Change Maker programme working with renowned theatre company Touretteshero, to launch BAC as the first Relaxed Venue. Before joining BAC, Reena was a performer making her own work, as well as touring internationally with Forced Entertainment.
Michael Norton is an independent producer, dramaturg and researcher who has worked across Europe in performance, dance and theatre. His work focuses on developing feedback methods that support candid and risky practices. Michael is also an associate producer for the Total Theatre Awards and a visiting lecturer in performance research at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Michael’s areas of expertise include: critical framing of performance and dance; collaborative strategies; performance in gallery and theatrical contexts; research and higher education; producing; project development and career planning.