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Latest from the Blog
Our trustee Joe Strickland has written a blog about some quick and easy tips on how to make high quality lo-fi digital theatre. Read all about it here.
How KHTA Supports the Arts
Since it was founded by a group of Brasenose undergraduates in 1996, the Kings Hall Trust for the Arts has funded a huge amount of student and early-career projects. The Trust’s emphasis is on education, but not in a formal sense; it supports small-scale work that allows young and emerging practitioners to develop new skills,…
Interview with a theatre designer
Paul Burgess Interview originally published in ISTA’s Scene magazine 1. What is your current title/position/job description? On my tax return it says ‘Theatre Designer’. But that’s not the full story. I design sets, costumes and video projections for theatre but I am also involved in the hard-to-describe grey area between visual art and experimental theatre…
The King’s Hall Trust for the Arts provides three types of support:
- Underwriting your arts projects – for projects that have the potential to make a profit, we can provide underwriting to support your project – see Funding for more information
- Grants for your arts projects – for projects that are not for profit, we provide grants – see Funding for more information
- Advice – we have experts in a number of different areas within the Arts world in particular within Theatre and Music – see Advice for more information
For examples of projects supported by KHTA, see Useful information.
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