Jeanefer Jean-Charles's 'Black Victorians' (GDIF 2020). Photo: Stephen Wright

Outdoor Arts Online Pitch:

registration now open

Presented by
Greenwich+Docklands International Festival
& Spoffin
in association with OutdoorArtsUK

Friday 28 August 2020
15:00-17:00 CET, via Zoom

> Visit the GDIF website
> Visit the Spoffin website
> Visit the OutdoorArtsUK website
> Visit the Roundabout Europe website

Greenwich+Docklands International Festival (GDIF) and Spoffin, two leading outdoor arts festivals in the UK and The Netherlands, are joining forces to present an online pitching session, featuring UK, Dutch and other international outdoor artists and companies. Open to festival programmers and arts professionals, this is an opportunity to hear about artists' plans for 2021 and beyond, inspiring us to embrace and look beyond the current challenges.

GDIF will present pitches from Artistic Director and Choreographer Jeanefer Jean-Charles (Black Victorians) which has also been supported by Without Walls’ Blueprint programme; Joseph Toonga (Born to Protest), commissioned by Stomping Ground; and Kaleider (Arch) a large-scale installation.

Spoffin will present 5 companies from the Roundabout Europe project, which supports emerging outdoor artists on an artistic and professional level, as well as pitches from Mobil & Casier, Arnhemse Meisjes, and Bram Graafland, with more to be announced.

How it will work

The pitching sessions will be moderated by Angus MacKechnie, executive director of OutdoorArtsUK, followed by informal networking with the artists in virtual breakout rooms. All sessions will be captioned and BSL interpreted. Furthermore, all presented projects will be supported by a downloadable dossier on the day.

Save the date: the GDIF & Spoffin PITCH session will take place on Friday, 28 August at 14:00-16:00 (BST), 15:00-17:00 (CEST), 16:00-18:00 (EEST).


Register before Monday 24 August 2020 to receive your Zoom invitation

Mobil&Casier - Nature Ltd., photo by Wim Lanser; Arnhemse Meisjes - Abandoned Women, photo by Floris Verweij; Joseph Toonga, photo by Camilla Greenwell; Bram Graafland - Corpus Callosum, illustration by Jan Marinus Verburg.