We offer artists at all career levels the space and support to grow their ideas, practice and organisational infrastructure through our Associate Artist and @Home Artist programmes, range of CPD opportunities and more informal ways to connect and network.
In addition we run a number of training opportunities for graduates and artists to support their ongoing practice.
Our world-class facilities include a residential Creation Space with double-height ceiling for aerial rigging.
Artists at The Point
Our Associate Artists
Our flagship programme provides an intensive year-long association, bridging the gap between training and industry.
The opportunity to work closely with us to make a step-change
Expertise on fundraising, company structure, touring, marketing, finance, audience, mobility, network development
A tailored audience development programmeOur Associate Artists
Our @ HOME Artists
As part of our current Arts Council NPO funding, we have formed a further long-term relationship with five companies working across, dance, circus, aerial dance, and family theatre.
Our @HOME programme supports companies who have an existing profile and work portfolio, but who are not Arts Council England NPO funded and have little or no core infrastructure. We are interested on going on a joint journey over an extended period of time and fuel an upward trajectory.Our @ HOME Artists
Our dance graduate programme develops the next generation of talent, supporting the south's vibrant dance ecology.
We provide participants with a deeper understanding of the pathways to a successful career within the dance sector.GradLab
We are proud to be part of a number of strategic networks in and beyond our region. We are members of the house programme supported by Arts Council England, the Theatre for Young Audiences Programmers Consortium, Venues South West, Future Arts Centres, the Up and Out Network and Move South East.Our Networks
Twenty, Forty, Sixty
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‘Twenty, Forty, Sixty’ an evocative and intimate dance on screen short by Kabecca Films celebrates the impact of dance throughout Lisa, a then sixty-three-year-old woman’s life and how it has and continues to remain integral to her being, from youth, motherhood to grief and connection.
Katie and Rebecca Dale-Everett, the female-led team behind Kabecca Films are continuing to develop work that puts mature women at the centre and will be developing the next film in this series with a member of our Retrospectif Dance Company
Our programming policy
The Point's professional programme contains a mix of professional dance, theatre, circus, film and quality entertainment, ensures broad appeal within our borough and the region.
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