PULSE  is a ‘short-sharp’ targeted professional development programme delivered over six months for producers who are presenting a season of work in the folowing year.

PULSE 2016/2017 is a ‘short-sharp’ targeted professional development programme delivered over six months for producers who are presenting a season of work in 2017.

 

PULSE is a partnership project created by a steering group established by Arts Regional Trust (ART) in association with Auckland Live, Q Theatre and Basement Theatre

 

PULSE is for performing arts producers who are either starting out or have up to five or six years producing experience. Through their participation in the programme, each producer is set to gain and/or deepen existing skills, connections and confidence for the benefit of the season that each is responsible for presenting.

 

PULSE provides access to mentors and coaches who are available to provide personalised help and support.

 

The programme has been designed with the practical needs of producers in mind including hard-edged information to help produce a successful season and to access opportunities that extend networks for success.

 

Benefits of the PULSE Programme

 

For producers, the key benefits arising from participation in PULSE include:

  • joining a learning community
  • access to a structured development programme that focuses on skills development by
  • building on existing knowledge and experience
  • access to experienced professionals in Auckland’s creative ecology and their networks
  • an opportunity to look closely at each producer’s plan for the season that they are
  • presenting and how this plan can be strengthened through identifying extra opportunities

 

For more information about PULSE, please contact Candy Elsmore, ART’s Project Director at info@artsregionaltrust.org.nz

 

 

 

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