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Develop your international practise: Four bursaries available for the IETM Campus, Belfast 19th -25th June 2020

TheatreNI are proud to partner with International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts (IETM) to deliver the first ever International Campus in Belfast 19th -25th June. This is the first time that a major IETM event has taken place in Northern Ireland.

We have four €300 bursaries to offer local mid-career performing artists to enable them to take part In the Campus which will bring 30 international artists together over five days to intensively with a group of experienced mentors who will share their knowledge of working internationally: developing artistic projects and ideas, curation, communication, presentation, community and audience work. Participants will receive personal attention to their specific situations.

This Is an excellent opportunity for local artists who have at least two years of professional experience in the contemporary arts field, who are taking their first steps in the world of international exchange. They can be freelancers, working for a small organisation that is starting to work internationally or working in a small organisation aiming to enhance their practice.

For further Information on the Campus, please click here

Please submit your details as laid out below, add a copy of your CV and return to: asa.richardsdottir@ietm.org before Thursday 12th March at 3.30pm GMT.

First name:


Last name:






Job title:



Please describe briefly your professional background.


Please explain how the IETM Campus can help you in your international career (max 300 words).

Add your CV

Applicants for all TheatreNI bursaries must be current members of TheatreNI.

If you have any queries, please email Niamh Flanagan, director@theatreanddanceni.org.

Supported by the National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Belfast City Council, Small Project Grants.

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland is the principal funder of TheatreNI.





This project is also kindly supported by local partners including:

The Crescent Arts Centre, Creative Europe Desk UK – Northern Ireland, Queens University Belfast, the Lyric and MAC Theatre’s. Further details to follow.