Day 221 - Making work for young audiences.
Updated: Feb 19
Imaginate is the national organisation in Scotland which promotes, develops and celebrates theatre and dance for children and young people.
They are running a series of panel discussions around making work for young people, and tomorrow morning at 10am you can join this these makers to hear why and how they make work for young people.
In this panel discussion, we will hear from three talented and internationally renowned disabled artists who have made dance and/or theatre performance for young audiences. Caroline, Ramesh and Robert will present their work and artistic practice, and talk about what inspires them to create performance for children and what their experience has been within the young audiences sector.
BSL interpretation will be provided by Catherine King and Nicolle Murdoch. Live captioning will also be available.
We suggest a donation of £10 for the whole series.
A recording of this event will be available below after the event until the end of November 2020.
The Panellists are:
Caroline Bowditch, Choreographer and CEO, Arts Access Victoria, Australia
Ramesh Meyyappan, Theatre maker, director and actor, Glasgow, Scotland
Robert Softley Gale, Artistic Director and CEO, Birds of Paradise Theatre Company, Glasgow, Scotland
Presentations by each of the panellists will be followed by an interview with the host followed by a question and answer session with the audience.
Host: Fiona Ferguson, Creative Development Director, Imaginate