Guerilla Guide to Performance Art: How to Make a Living as an Artist

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction; 1. Artists in Profile; 2. Organizations in Profile; 3. Funding; 4. Production; 5. Documentation and Marketing; 6. Stay Out of Jail; 7. Contacts; Contributors; In Guerilla Performance and Multimedia, artists such as Bobby Baker, Tim Miller, Guillermo Gomez Pena, Rachel Rosenthal, Stelarc, Lois Weaver and Martha Wilson share their adventures, tactics and tips. Founders and directors of art organizations and festivals such as Franklin Furnace, Artsadmin, the Cleveland Performance Art Festival and the Banff Centre relate their experiences of producing and commissioning work internationally. Senior advisors from major funding bodies such as London Arts and the Arts Council of England offer generous, detailed pointers on preparing strong grant applications. Production issues for theatre, gallery, video, web and CD are addressed by experts who give concise practical advice relating to different venues and formats. Marketing, publicity and documentation are also thoroughly addressed by pros. Professionals in related fields give the inside scoop on the crucial concerns of starting a company, preparing accounts and tax information and staying on the right side of entertainment law. This unparalleled collection of professional and artistic experience provides the definitive guide to making a living as an artist.

Guerilla Guide to Performance Art: How to Make a Living as an Artist

How to Make a Living as an Artist

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The Guerilla Performance and Multimedia Handbook is the ultimate guide for artists at all stages of their careers engaged in creating original performance and multimedia work, including hybrids of theatre, visual art, installation, physical theatre, dance, CD-Rom and web design. It covers all aspects of artist support including starting up a company, funding, multimedia tools, and documentation and marketing, and incorporates a useful Yellow Pages section with contact information for production, funding, venues, galleries, publications, festivals, printers, equipment hire, technical support, artists organizations, performance archives, copyright offices and software support. The book is lavishly illustrated and interviews from major artists and directors of some of the leading artist support groups in the UK and US along with illuminating case studies address practical questions and offer indispensable insights into how to succeed in the performance arts.

Leslie Hill is Head of Media Arts at the London College of Music and Media. Helen Paris is Lecturer in Performance Studies at Brunel University, UK.

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.05.2004

Herausgeber

Leslie Hill + weitere

Verlag

Bloomsbury

Seitenzahl

352

Beschreibung

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.05.2004

Herausgeber

Verlag

Bloomsbury

Seitenzahl

352

Maße (L/B/H)

20,7/16/2,7 cm

Gewicht

458 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-0-8264-7398-1

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  • Guerilla Guide to Performance Art: How to Make a Living as an Artist
  • Introduction; 1. Artists in Profile; 2. Organizations in Profile; 3. Funding; 4. Production; 5. Documentation and Marketing; 6. Stay Out of Jail; 7. Contacts; Contributors; In Guerilla Performance and Multimedia, artists such as Bobby Baker, Tim Miller, Guillermo Gomez Pena, Rachel Rosenthal, Stelarc, Lois Weaver and Martha Wilson share their adventures, tactics and tips. Founders and directors of art organizations and festivals such as Franklin Furnace, Artsadmin, the Cleveland Performance Art Festival and the Banff Centre relate their experiences of producing and commissioning work internationally. Senior advisors from major funding bodies such as London Arts and the Arts Council of England offer generous, detailed pointers on preparing strong grant applications. Production issues for theatre, gallery, video, web and CD are addressed by experts who give concise practical advice relating to different venues and formats. Marketing, publicity and documentation are also thoroughly addressed by pros. Professionals in related fields give the inside scoop on the crucial concerns of starting a company, preparing accounts and tax information and staying on the right side of entertainment law. This unparalleled collection of professional and artistic experience provides the definitive guide to making a living as an artist.