Guest Artist Support Sessions: Rosana Cade
We all need a little support right now, and Artsadmin’s Artist Support team is here for you. In addition to re-opening our one-to-one Creative Support Service in March, we’ve invited six fantastic artists who are each offering six one-hour sessions in March and April. These sessions are a place to speak about the big ideas of your art and dig into the creative corners you might feel stuck in.
Rosana Cade is a Glasgow-based artist who mainly works in live performance. Their practice is rooted in a queer feminist discourse and straddles performance, live art and activism.
Introduction from Rosana:
I am a queer, non-binary, white artist, working mainly in live art and experimental performance, who has been practising professionally for ten years.
The form of my work varies across projects and includes intimate 1-on-1 work, participatory projects, experimental theatre, queer club and cabaret pieces, and more recently I have started working with film. I present my work in a range of contexts and I’m interested in the relationship between context and community, and how my work as a queer artist helps to build queer community as well as creating spaces to generate connection and understanding with those outside of that community.
I am based in Glasgow and have toured a lot across the UK, and Europe – particularly in Germany, Switzerland and Belgium, as well as touring to Hong Kong and Australia. I have experience of facilitating groups of participants in different countries.
I regularly collaborate with my partner Ivor MacAskill as Cade & MacAskill, and I have also worked as a performer in other people’s work.
I co-founded and ran Buzzcut for 6 years, a festival and organisation in Glasgow dedicated to supporting live art.
While I’m open to speaking with anyone, I’m particularly keen to support emerging queer artists.
These sessions are now filled but you can still book a Creative Support Session with one of the Artsadmin team.
Supported by The National Lottery Community Fund.
These sessions are delivered online via Zoom. We can embed captions via Otter.ai captions and offer BSL interpretation upon request.
Date and time
18 March – 27 April 2021