Liberty Festival R&D Open Call

The Mayor of London's Liberty Festival is committed to supporting new outdoor arts productions led by Deaf and disabled artists working across a variety of art forms. Following support from Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts Programme we are delighted to announce a new round of research and development awards for Deaf and disabled artists wishing to develop new ideas for outdoor arts productions.

Liberty is keen to commission new and accessible outdoor arts productions, which can engage with diverse audiences with clear potential to move towards presentation at Liberty Festival 2018 and subsequent future touring across other UK and international outdoor arts festivals.

This opportunity is open to both individuals and organisations where the creative lead is by a person who self identifies as Deaf or disabled. It is open to practitioners working in any art form that can be presented outdoors. Only one application will be accepted from each artist or organisation.

The deadline for applications is 5pm, Friday 3 November 2017.

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Download the application form

Bingo Lingo by Wild N Beets

Volunteering at GDIF

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with GDIF. We will begin the process of recruiting volunteers for the 2018 Festival in the new year so please check-back then. In the meantime, why not have a look at the role description from this year to find out more about the opportunities.
Have a look at our role description

Volunteers at GDIF 2016


Programming Enquiries

For programming enquiries, please email us at admin@festival.org. Please note that due to the large volume of enquiries we may not be able to answer all emails.

Production Managers

We're always keen to hear from experienced and highly-motivated freelance Production Managers. Click here to find out more.