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Virtual 10 Week Programme, Autumn 2021, Space Clarence Mews

  • London, Nationwide & International
  • combined arts, dance, film, interdisciplinary arts, literature, theatre
  • Caroline Salem


October 4th – December 12th 

Online meetings and mentoring with option to schedule studio sessions 

Performance makers/writers working in and across all creative contexts fiction, non-fiction, poetry, film, theatre, choreography, music, performance  

Delve, draft, test, question, discard, run with or keep for later. This 10 Week programme encourages rawness, risk and reflection, and ensures that everyone’s work will be respected and supported equally. 


 4-6 artists / companies - each will have: 

  • Dialogue with fellow performance makers, 1:1 support, culminating in work-in-progress sharing event 
  • 5 Group Meetings facilitated by Caroline Salem online. Exact dates and time to be scheduled to suit all participants 

  • 3 x 1 hour 1:1 Creative Mentoring Sessions online with Caroline Salem  

  • Sharing Events with other companies/makers on the programme at the end of programme. Audiences will be invited by the artists who are sharing their work – online or in person in the studio  

  • OPTIONAL 6 X 3hr studio sessions at Space Clarence Mews to be scheduled in advance 


No studio hours £200 with option to pay weekly over 5, 10, 20 or 40 weeks; £40, £20, £10 or £5 

With studio sessions £380 with option to pay weekly over 5, 10, 20 or 40 weeks; £40, £20, £10 or £5  

All artists on this programme have the options of using the studio at Clarence Mews. You will be required to agree to the New Additional Conditions of Use. There is NO expectation that you will use studio space or have access to other studio space.

Click here to find out more and to apply:  

Invitations to talk more with Caroline Salem will be made once your application has been received, so get in touch asap. 

Don’t hesitate to contact Caroline for a chat about the programme: 

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