We will be hosting two briefing sessions for artists interested in applying for our Common Ground commissioning opportunity to find out more.
This is the second of two briefings, taking place Tuesday 7 July at 11am with Zena Edwards.
Raised in Tottenham, North London, Zena Edwards has become known as one the most unique voices of performance poetry to come out of London. She is also known for her polemic voice, speaking on panels for climate change and creative campaigning for equality and equitable rights.
Zena has been involved in performance for 20 years – as a writer/poet performer, facilitator, creative project developer and vocalist after graduating from Middlesex University.
As part of Season for Change, Zena will be working with Apples and Snakes on a new commission in 2020/21.
Who is this briefing for?
UK-based artists, makers or creators. Common Ground invites applications from artists who identify as Black, Asian and minority ethnic/POC, refugee, D/deaf, disabled, neurodivergent, working class and/or LGBTQI+.
The sessions will be delivered digitally. If you would like this session to be captioned or BSL signed, or you require other access support, please email email@example.com.