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We're fast approaching the official launch of our annual Rich Mix Youth Takeover Festival - 21 days of free workshops and events, run by and for young people.
Interested in the arts? Want to know what it takes to run your own event? Dream of performing in front of a live audience? Or just keen to meet other young people with similar interests? Get involved!
Do you have a new, old, or odd-legged original concept you've needed to get on its feet? Is your mouth burning from holding in too much fire? Is your chest humming and sinews shaking with songs stitched to your sternum? If so, this is the night for you.
Deadline to apply: Mon 18 July / 5pm
Informal auditions: Mon 25 July / 5pm-9pm at Rich Mix
Scratch Night: Sun 14 Aug / 6:30pm-11pm (see the event page here).
The basis of a scratch is about sharing a piece of work with the public at an early stage of its development. Participants in this scratch will have 15 minutes to demonstrate their work and then receive feedback from the audience.
Chisenhale Dance Space have announced a new commission opportunity in primary partnership with the Marlborough Theatre, Brighton, supported by Arts Council England. Please find information on how to apply below:
'Chisenhale Dance Space and The Marlborough Theatre are small organisations: small staff, small budgets, but with big communities, and big opportunities. It so happened that we realised that the Marly’s stage was roughly the same size as CDS’ small studio. And thus the Small Spaces Commission was born!
In April 2016 Rich Mix turned 10. As part of our birthday celebrations we are commissioning a range of new work that is rooted in the East End, and curating a programme that explores the historical, political and artistic context in which Rich Mix was conceived and founded. We intend for our programme to celebrate the rich diversity of the local area and to examine how the arts is closely linked to political and social change.
In April 2016 Rich Mix turned 10. As part of our birthday celebrations we will be commissioning a range of new work that is rooted in the East End, and curating a programme that explores the historical, political and artistic context in which Rich Mix was conceived and founded. We intend for our programme to celebrate the rich diversity of the local area and to examine how the arts is closely linked to political and social change.
Rich Mix is delighted to announce the appointment of Eddie Berg as our new Chief Executive. Eddie worked at the British Film Institute for ten years, first leading the creative and commercial development of BFI Southbank and then setting up a number of large-scale UK-wide film exhibition and education initiatives as Director of Partnerships. He is also the Founder and former Chief Executive of FACT (the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) in Liverpool, widely regarded as one of the UK’s most innovative arts organisations.