Artists to have been supported through our Flourish bursary programme have included:
Abi Mortimer, Artistic Director of Lila Dance, for research and development into a new family friendly digital app to sit alongside a new outdoor work.
Alice Holland, Producer and Cabaret MC Ophelia Blitz, for testing her game app exploring public space and the potential for community-building through dance and play.
Allyson Jones, to enable her to attend a training course at Laban developing skills and methodology in regard to working with older dancers.
Dance artist, Amy Morvell, to work with a lighting designer to enhance the production of her duet Turtle Dove
Ester Natzijl for mentoring to build a skill base around delivering creative workshops with young teenage boys. Her vision is to explore the social and emotional effects of gaming on early teens.
Francesca Baglione, Miss High leg Kick to explore the incorporation of the traditional Japanese art of Bunraku puppetry into her practice in a collaborative environment with fellow artists.
Hayley Matthews to secure administrative support to manage her company Ensemble, allowing her to focus solely on creative development and making work.
Joe Lott, to undertake Arts Award training.
Lilian Deans Allison to enhance the sound and lighting production values of her new outdoor work.
Luke Brown to support his first full-length production, The Dandelion Child, researching the use of puppetry to convey the effects of childhood trauma.
Munya Muchati to support him in the development of a new cross-discipline artist platform website Thirty10.
Sammy Silver to support the creation and editing of a professional showreel for his show; Sass, Sex and Surrealness
Sheena Khanna to fund her time, as a producer, to work with Artist Sarah Blanc to create a strategic plan.
Will Timpson for training to develop his hip-hop vocabulary as both a dancer and a teacher.
Image: Alpha by Joe Lott. Photo by Imran Uppal