Made in Scotland 2013
About the Programme
Made in Scotland is a curated showcase of some of the most exciting dance and theatre productions from Scotland at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It was set-up to raise the international profile of Scottish dance, and theatre, and is a joint initiative between the Festival Fringe Society, the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Creative Scotland - supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. To find out more about the Made in Scotland programme in 2013, click here. There are two routes for applications within this programme:
1) Made in Scotland programme
The showcase celebrates the wealth and diversity of work that is currently being produced in Scotland. In 2013 programme has been expanded to include music for the first time alongside theatre and dance. Information on applying to be part of the Made in Scotland 2014 programme will be available in Autumn 2013.
2) Onward International Touring
One of the key aims of Made in Scotland is to maximise the benefit for Scottish artists on the international platform that is the Fringe. As part of this, funding is allocated to support any Scottish dance and theatre companies (not just those selected to be part of the Made in Scotland showcase) to take up international touring opportunities arising from performances at the Fringe. To date, Made in Scotland has supported companies to present their work in Europe, USA, Australia and New Zealand.
Who can apply
This is open to any Scottish musicians, dance and theatre artists, companies or organisations who presented work as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe towards international opportunities arising from these performances. Applications can come from individual artists or from companies/organisations.
Made in Scotland programme
Applications to take part in Made in Scotland 2013 are now closed. Information on applying to be part of the Made in Scotland 2014 programme will be available in Autumn 2013. If you would like to informed when this programme goes live, sign up to receive our updates here.
Applications will be considered on a regular basis from September 2013.
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