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Production Workshop Grants

PW now has two active granting initiatives! Check out the links below for descriptions of each:

PW Alumni Grant for New Works

Wrote a new play, devised a new project, have any idea for something that involves in some way performance? Want the funds to produce it?
The PW Alumni Grant is new and awesome and wants to give you money!
Each semester, a number of grants will be available to help produce new undergraduate work.

What’s the catch? If you accept a grant your show must be performed before the end of the semester at Brown or in the surrounding area. AND YOU HAVE TO SEND US PHOTOS!!

More information about the Alumni Grant can be found here.

The Open Jar Upspace Grant

Working on a project in the PW Upspace?

Started by a generous bunch of Brown alumni, the Open Jar Foundation presents a new grant to support production costs for student performance work of all kinds in the Upspace. Each semester, PW is given $450 to give away to upspace projects.

Grants are given out twice a semester, in the week following each Upspace lottery. If you’ve received a slot in the space for the semester and are interested in applying for funding, please see the application below and get in touch with Ezra.

Money is reimbursed through the SAO, so if you receive funding from the grant, save your receipts and get them to Ada or Luke no later than two weeks after your show closes. Here is PW's general reimbursement policy: http://pw.brown.edu/wiki/production_manager/budget

If more than two weeks pass after your show closes and we still don't have your receipts, your grant money becomes fair game.

Our Upspace Grant application can be found here.

Mess with the Audience Grant

Are you making a piece of theatre/performance that engages with its audience in an unconventional way?
Margaret Maurer '13 liked doing that and she wants you to do it too! The Margaret Maurer '13 Mess* With the Audience Grant is NEW, it's BEAUTIFUL, and it wants you to get weirder.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis as funds permit.
The project should explore theatrical form and push the bounds of performance. The grant is given to projects that are innovative in their form, rather than their content or process. The project should be an experiment in what a theatrical event can be. It should aim to redefine what an audience is and what the relationship(s) between performers and audience members are.

*insert expletive of your choice here

More info and the Mess with the Audience Grant application can be found here.

grants.txt · Last modified: 2016/11/04 13:35 by edg
 
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