How to: Be a Producer
Learn all about the life and work of a producer! What is a producer? Who are they? What do they do? Could you be a producer? Come along and find out. Panel discussion with industry experts, followed by Q & A session, and informal networking.
Kyla Booth-Lucking is Co-Director of Clearcut an independent company who produce, manage, fundraise and offer consultancy for the arts, with a specialism in dance.
She has worked with a number of established and independent artists and organisations including The Old Vic Tunnels, The Marlborough Theatre, Rambert, Three Score Dance Company and TRIBE//. She is also p/time Dance Relationship Manager at Arts Council England, South East. For Kyla producing is about resourcefulness, flexibility, good networking and belief in the art/artist. http://www.weareclearcut.com
Lou Rogers is a freelance producer and also Artist Development Producer for South East Dance. She has produced for NPO's Rifco Arts and Stopgap Dance Company and has worked with a number of emerging and established arts companies across all genres including Lila Dance, Kriya Arts, Flexer and Sandiland, Casson & Friends, Kate McCoy, Root Experience, Disability Arts Online, Carousel and Spun Glass. Lou has a lot of experience in producing work for Fringe, both at Edinburgh and Brighton. For Lou producing is a partnership between artist and producer and works best when there is flexibility, honesty, good funding application writing skills and a lot of creative fun.
Thursday 12 April, 18.30-20.30
Sweet Dukebox (Inside The Southern Belle Pub)
3 Waterloo St, Hove BN3 1AQ
This workshop is open to everyone and FREE to attend
The Fringe Academy aims to create an opportunity for individuals looking to expand their knowledge and understanding of the arts, providing skills based training, advice and support targeted at young people and those looking to work within the arts.