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Fri 28 Jan 2022 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Al Seed

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What makes a good idea for a show?, can be a deceptively difficult question to answer at any stage in one’s career, but doubly so when there is the agenda of creating a show that is visually / physically driven. In this workshop Al will work with participants to explore approaches to identifying, developing and pitching concepts for future shows with presenting partners, audiences and collaborators in mind.

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Sat 29 Jan 2022 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

MANIPULATE Festival

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The Meadows

Connect with other puppeteers, enthusiasts and producers to share and exchange ideas, whilst strolling through Edinburgh’s Meadows. Whilst being a great practical way to connect with other professionals no matter the current pandemic restrictions, walking and talking has also been shown to increase creative thinking, as well as to encourage honest and productive conversations.

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Sun 30 Jan 2022 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

MANIPULATE Festival

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The Meadows

Connect with other artists, enthusiasts and producers to share and exchange ideas, whilst strolling through Edinburgh’s Meadows. Whilst being a great practical way to connect with other professionals no matter the current pandemic restrictions, walking and talking has also been shown to increase creative thinking, as well as to encourage honest and productive conversations.

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Thu 03 Feb 2022 - Fri 04 Feb 2022

Green Ginger

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A full day workshop for both experienced and emerging puppeteers with the inimitable Chris Pirie of leading UK puppetry company Green Ginger. Trash-Hack is a masterclass in re-purposing domestic and industrial junk to create and animate instant puppet creatures. Be prepared to stretch your imagination, dare to fail, pull it apart and build another.

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Sat 05 Feb 2022 @ 10:45 am - 11:45 am

MANIPULATE Festival

Venue

The Meadows

Connect with other animators, enthusiasts and producers to share and exchange ideas, whilst strolling through Edinburgh’s Meadows. Whilst being a great practical way to connect with other professionals no matter the current pandemic restrictions, walking and talking has also been shown to increase creative thinking, as well as to encourage honest and productive conversations.