The next EPAD Support Surgeries will be on Tuesday 5th December at the Festival Theatre. If you are an Edinburgh-based independent artist or company, you can book a session here. Read more about the surgeries here.
Our September support surgeries are all now booked, but there’ll be more in October. Sign up to our mailing list to make sure you get updates.
EPAD is applying to be registered as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation and wishes to appoint one trustee, ideally based in Edinburgh, who has a good understanding of the performing arts sector within the city.
The trustee should be able to commit to attend four Board meetings per year. These meetings will be held at a central Edinburgh location. In addition, we expect members of the Board of Trustees to attend related meetings and events, which can promote and develop EPAD’s reputation and relationships.
The role of trustee carries legal responsibilities including:
The trustees will not receive any remuneration. However expenses incurred in carrying out Board duties will be fully reimbursed.
To apply please send a CV and a short letter outlining why you are interested in this role and what you will bring to the board to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applications is Friday 24 March at 1.00pm.
You can still book a Support Surgery for Monday 6th March at the Festival Theatre. If you work in the performing arts in Edinburgh and need advice or help, book a slot and come and see us: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/user/manageevent/2880534
EPAD’s next networking event is on 11th March at Lyra Theatre, Artspace, 11 Harewood Road, EH16 4NT.
It’s an opportunity to meet and network with other people working in the performing arts in Edinburgh, and to see Lyra Theatre and find out more their work.
You can book a free place here http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2880540
You can read our January newsletter, which includes funding opportunities and other information, here.
EPAD was invited to make a presentation to the City of Edinburgh Council’s Culture and Sport committee last week. Nicholas Bone (co-director of EPAD) and Saras Feijoo (an artist who has benefited from EPAD support) both spoke to the committee about the project’s impact. You can watch a webcast of the session by selecting Item 7.3 here.