Creative producers provide pivotal functions in artistic liaison, participant recruitment, project development, event management and audience experience.
Working with Creative Manchester cultural partners, such as HOME, Manchester Camerata and the Manchester International Festival, this short course provides new and emerging arts managers with a unique opportunity to learn how to produce incredible arts and cultural events through the eyes of expert practitioners and critical reflection on first-hand experience.
During this two-week summer school, you will hear about the practices, principles and ethics of creative producing and be introduced to industry tools and tips for planning and managing creative events, culminating in your chance to produce and evaluate your own creative event in a Manchester venue, working with world-class artists and creative partners.
This course is suitable for arts management (and similar subject area) undergraduates and graduates as well as emerging practitioners, and is available both in credit-bearing and non-credit bearing versions. It provides an intense and rewarding opportunity for the development of skills and industry profile as well as accredited learning at postgraduate level.
The tuition fee for students taking the course for credit in 2020 will be £1,700. The fee for non-credit students is £1000. The tuition fee covers the teaching, assessment and field trips.
Event date: 6 – 15 July 2020