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  • ArtsAdmin
    Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LS
    020 7247 5102

    Artsadmin provides a comprehensive management service and national resource for contemporary artists who cross the spectrum of new theatre, dance, music, live art and mixed media work. The organisation provides practitioners with administrative support, develops and promotes artists' work and establishes partnerships with producers, promoters and relevant arts organisations in the UK and abroad. Artsadmin also administers the Associate Artists' scheme 

  • Alumni Association of University of the Arts London
    020 7514 8168
    020 7514 8179

    Did you, or someone you know, study or work at one of the Colleges of University of the Arts London? Register with the Alumni Association and take advantage of the free benefits which include monthly email newsletter, opportunities to promote you and your work, invites to reunions and private views, access to the College libraries and discounts on short courses. Register your details online at the website above, or contact the Association for more information. Colleges include London College of Fashion, London College of Communication, Chelsea School of Art and Design, Central St Martin's College of Art and Design, Camberwell College of Art and Wimbledon College of Art.

  • Portland Green Cultural Projects

    They support a broad field of interdisciplinary artwork, championing the interface between dance, film and the visual arts. They offer mentoring, funding and commissions, and also organise a number of seminars run by Michael Atavar.

  • ISAN
    020 7388 9767

    ISAN is the umbrella term, used in the UK, given to performances in various genres (theatre, dance, circus, spectacle, music or any combination of the above) that are created for outdoor public spaces,in the street, or in town squares, parks and other public spaces. The Network promotes the artform through collaborations, training and networking. They have put together a downloadable Toolkit with examples of ways you can improve access for deaf and disabled audiences at your festivals and events.

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