Funded by Creative Scotland, Summerhall’s pilot Artist Development Programme comprised: two Labs, offering artists time, space and money to develop new work, two Scratch nights, offering artists the chance to try out an idea in front of an audience, and four Space development weeks, offering artists in-kind space to develop new work.
Read about the Summerhall’s Artist Development Programme in The Stage.
The Autopsy Award helps artists working in Scotland who make boundary-pushing performance to undertake an Edinburgh Fringe run. The 2018 winner is Katy Dye with Babyface.
The two Summerhall labs supported two groups of artists with time, space and money to develop new ideas.
Summerhall Space offers free space to artists to try out ideas - check back here for the next callout or join our artist emailing list.
Summerhall Scratch is a chance to show new work to an audience for the first time - read more about the first Scratches in March 2018 here.