Conflux is a project developing a voice for Scottish-based artists working in the field of Physical Performance (incorporating street arts, physical theatre and circus). Conflux creates opportunities for the development of both fully professional and emergent artists. The work of these professional and emergent artists is showcased at Conflux's annual festival SURGE. SURGE 2013 will take place this July, with eyes firmly fixed on building towards the Commonwealth Games year in 2014.
Conflux’s home, The Arches, is one of Europe’s leading multi-arts venues with a proven history of delivering cutting-edge theatre, performance art, music and club nights. For more information [click here]
(Scottish Street & Circus Arts Network) SSCAN is Scotland’s internet forum for people working in the fields of street arts, physical theatre and circus as well as being a key source of information about new professional and voluntary opportunities. It is also the main route through which Conflux advertises its upcoming events and classes. For information about how to sign up to SSCAN please contact Wezi Mhura - email@example.com
22nd - 28th July 2013: details to follow very soon!
CALL FOR SURGE CABARET ACTS
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SURGE Masterclass Opportunity
Adrian Howells / ‘Back to Nurture’ – a masterclass exploring intimacy, touch and one-to-one performance
Monday 22nd – Friday 26th July 2013 (10-5pm, location in central Glasgow TBC). See Masterclasses page for more info.
COMMUNITY STREET THEATRE TOUR 2013 IS AVAILABLE TO BOOK
Conflux is delighted to announce the Community Street Theatre Tour 2013 is available to book. This is a fantastic way to engage local community groups in your festival/ event and there will be opportunities to link to SURGE Festival 2013. See CREATIVE LEARNING for more information or contact Karen Veitch for an information pack.
Conflux is collaborating with aerial company Legs on the Wall (Australia), physical theatre company Lume Teatro (Brazil) and composer Stephen Deazley (Scotland), to develop a new and ambitious performance project to be presented on rooftops across the globe. Go to SURGE Festival to watch the film produced from the development week at The Briggait in June 2012 and for further details on the project.
Conflux has launched surgery mornings that are open to arts practitioners from all backgrounds, with a particular emphasis on emergent artists. These surgeries are run by Al Seed and Alan Richardson who are offering advice and guidance relating to all aspects of work in the field of physical performance (street arts, physical theatre and circus). Surgery mornings will take place in the Briggait building, Glasgow, 10.30am-1.30pm on every second Tuesday.
See Surgery Mornings section for details.