Blind Ditch / News / Wed 06 Feb 2013

Blind Ditch 'This City's Centre' call for performers, filmmakers

Blind Ditch 'This City's Centre' call for performers, filmmakers

Blind Ditch are looking for performer-makers to join them in devising and presenting their new project This City’s Centre. An expanded media project happening in and between the homes, streets and vistas of central Exeter, the project will explore the tensions between public, private and privatised public space, through the views from the windows of 20 Exeter homes – and the views of the people who live with them.
This is an opportunity to work in on an exciting cross-disciplinary project in Exeter that will integrate live streaming and digital processes into both the devising and presenting. It will require long term commitment over a number of months, and offers the peer learning and growth that can come out being part of a committed ensemble process. Performers on This City's Centre will be working alongside Exeter residents, students and technologists as well as the core team.
MORE DETAILS can be found at Application deadline 18th Feb
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Film makers
Do you have something to say about the private/public spaces of Britain's city centres?
Are you keen to explore alternative ways of getting your work seen?
We are collaborating with Exeter Phoenix Digital to host a documentary making commission for This City's Centre as part of their bursary scheme. Deadline 15th February . visit for more information.
Blind Ditch collaborators on this project are Paula Crutchlow (Director), John Levack Drever (Sound Design), Volkhardt Müller (Videography/Scenography), Cat Radford (Producer). We will be working with associate artists choreographer Jane Mason and writer Natalie McGrath.

This City’s Centre is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Exeter City Council. The project is delivered in partnership with RAMM, Exeter Phoenix andExeter College with support from The Bikeshed Theatre and University of Exeter.

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