Welcome to new Executive Director, Deborah Chadbourn

Posted on Apr 4, 2018

Deborah Chadbourn joins Artsadmin as the new Executive Director, succeeding Gill Lloyd after 33 years.


Easier said than run

Posted on Mar 27, 2018

Philippa Barr, Development Associate at Artsadmin, is running the London Marathon to raise money for Artsadmin’s education and artist development programmes. She tells us why she’s embarking on this 26-mile challenge…


In conversation with Gudrun Soley Sigurdardottir

Posted on Mar 22, 2018

Ahead of her performance at Toynbee Studios on 5 April, Artsadmin Trainee Emily caught up with BANNER artist Gudrun Soley Sigurdardottir about her new work and its development over the past year.


Artsadmin’s KIWI project features in a new Culture is Digital report

Posted on Mar 12, 2018

Artsadmin was chosen as a case study in this new Culture is Digital report.


Call out for participants: a resistant body

Posted on Mar 1, 2018

Phoebe Davies and Nandi Bhebhe are looking for a group of participants aged 16-25 years old to explore how bodies can occupy space; from physical to phonic, pop culture to protest, public to private, IRL to URL.


We’re looking for a new Executive Director

Posted on Jan 8, 2018

After 33 years, Gill Lloyd will be leaving Artsadmin in June 2018. So we are looking for a new Executive Director to succeed Gill and lead Artsadmin into the future.


A warm welcome to Cecilia Wee!

Posted on Jan 2, 2018

Call out for participants: Passage for Par

Posted on Dec 13, 2017

An opportunity to perform in a new outdoor dance-work created for Par Beach by choreographer Rosemary Lee.


Make Space: Participant Reflections

Posted on Dec 6, 2017

"Our world is rigged so that the space you do have is never quite enough."

The participants of Making More Space reflect on their experiences at Eel Pie Island in this final blog post in the Make Space series.


Take Up Space

Posted on Nov 23, 2017

Care, Rest and Misrecognition

Posted by: Emily Warner on Nov 15, 2017

This October Artsadmin partnered with Fierce Festival, programming a Weekender Lab led by Simone Aughterlony in advance of Aughterlony and Jen Rosenblit’s show Everything Fits in the Room during the festival. We asked Emily Warner to write about her experience of being a guest performer in the show as well as a participant in the Weekender Lab.


Make Space: Feeling Our Way Into The Practice (Of Doing)

Posted on Nov 13, 2017

How did Nan Shepherd’s writings on the Cairngorms inspire Simone Kenyon’s choreographic practice? Read more in the latest Make Space blog.


Buy your tickets for Artsadmin’s 2017 Christmas Raffle!

Posted on Nov 13, 2017

Tickets are now on sale for the Artsadmin 2017 Christmas Raffle. All donations go towards supporting artists through the Artists' Bursary Scheme.


Make Space: Making Conversation

Posted on Nov 8, 2017

The fourth our series writing inspired by Make Space comes from Ayisha De Lanerolle, exploring the conversational dance of ‘I and thou’.


Who's who: Siobhan

Posted on Sep 27, 2017

Six months in to her role as Education Producer, we catch up with Siobhan about the kind of projects she has planned for the coming months.


Make Space: Hanna Tuulikki

Posted on Sep 25, 2017

The first in a weekly series of reflections, responses and critical writing inspired by the Make Space programme, exploring the potentials of ‘place’ and rejecting the pressures of ‘productivity.’


Season for Change 2018: Open Call

Posted on Jul 13, 2017
Andy Field: Lookout. Photo by Paula Harrowing.

2 Degrees Festival 2017 – what now?

Posted on Jun 21, 2017

2 Degrees Festival, Artsadmin’s biennial celebration of art and activism focussing on climate change has come to an end for 2017.

We’ve collated a list of what went on with handy links to great content from the festival for those that missed out or want to be reminded of some take-homes across the week.


Teddy May de Kock, Vivication. Photo by Greg Goodale

All about BANNER

Posted by: Nikki Tomlinson & Mary Osborn on May 24, 2017

Three years after its creation, Artist Development's Nikki Tomlinson and Mary Osborn talk about the supportive model for graduating performance makers and what's to come for the initiative.


The Making of Chris Dobrowolski's Washed Up Car-go

Posted on May 24, 2017

Claire Nolan's five-minute film follows Chris Dobrowolski in Hull, as he brings the beaches of the Humber to the car park of the Deep aquarium. 


Photo by Manuel G Vicente


Posted on May 16, 2017

We are looking for for young people, aged 8-12 to perform in Ant Hampton's interactive durational theatre show, CRAZY BUT TRUE, on the 10 June as part of 2 Degrees Festival.


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