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Terra Incognita Arts
Terra Incognita use theatre and visual arts to share the extraordinary stories of ordinary people.
Freelancer Coffee Morning
We run drama and visual art workshops with a whole range of community groups; they are a very important part of what we do. We bring in professional artists to collaborate with these groups, creating ambitious and high-quality projects that build confidence, skills and aspirations in an inclusive and supportive environment. Most of these workshops take place in Glasgow.
We are currently looking to expand the pool of freelance practitioners that we create work with in a community setting. We’re keen to meet visual artists, sound designers, drama facilitators and anyone else interested in sharing their creative skills with community groups.
Pop in for a cuppa on Wednesday 21st February between 10am – 12:30pm and find out a bit more about the work we do. We can offer a friendly face, a hot drink and a biscuit in return for hearing about your practice.
We’d like to meet any artists interested in working in a community setting – no prior experience of working with community groups is required.
Where: The Briggait Meeting Room (141 Bridgegate, Glasgow, G1 5HZ)
When: Wednesday 21st February, 10am – 12:30pm
RSVP: This is an informal meeting and you can drop in at anytime but please do drop us a line to let us know if you intend to come so we can bring enough biscuits! Kids are welcome.
We use theatre and visual arts to share the extraordinary stories of ordinary people. We like to bring professional artists and community groups together to collaborate on our projects . . .
– touring March 2018
When I was eight years old my dad set up a charity to help people fleeing danger in Bosnia. He brought fifty refugees over here on big coaches. We moved into an old boarding school . . .
As I See It : Fortnightly sessions for adults with visual impairments, exploring art and heritage . . .
Invisible Army : regular workshops with a group young carers and professional artists . . .