Bradford Producing Hub aims to make sure Bradford is a creative city where lots of amazing live performance is happening all the time.

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These one-to-ones are specifically for disabled artists and artists from ethnically diverse backgrounds as we know these artists are often underrepresented when it comes to accessing funding.
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We’re pleased to be opening up new opportunities for people to join the BPH team in a variety of full time (PAYE) and part-time (freelance), fixed-term, roles. Admin & Finance Coordinator, Marketing Manager, Creative Instigator and Programmes Coordinator.

Outdoor Arts Guide

Commissioned by Bradford Producing Hub and written by Bev Adams, the Outdoor Arts Guide aims to be a useful resource  (rather than a definitive guide) for artists looking to create work for the outdoors.  It provides a brief introduction to the many types of work created for the outdoors and covers the practicalities of fundraising, creating a show, working with artists and audiences, touring and compliance.

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The Outdoor Arts Guide is collated into 6 distinct sections:

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Legal compliance, contracts, licences, risk assessments and Bradford specific information for outdoors events.
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Create a touring and programmers’ pack as soon as you can, so that you can start negotiating with programmers.
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Successful outdoor arts productions are rarely indoor productions performed outdoors.
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Outdoor Arts is an interactive medium, choosing your performing collaborators and thinking about your audience will be key to your success.
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To make a show you need cash to pay yourselves and others; for example for rehearsal space; materials and marketing your show to potential events programmers and perform or tour it.
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Outdoor Arts is work that is created mainly for outdoor spaces: streets, town squares, parks, beaches and rural landscapes.
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