Artist as Entrepreneur Workshop - NSCD

Artist as Entrepreneur - workshop

Sunday 12 January 2020, 2pm – 5pm

Rom for Dans AS, Oslo, Marstrandgata 8, 0566 Oslo

A taste of our unique MA Dance & Creative Enterprise course.

Guided by staff at one of the UK’s top dance conservatoires, during this workshop you’ll have chance to:

  • Expand your movement vocabulary through structured improvisation
  • Learn creative tools for composition and devising
  • Take part in a group discussion and Q&A around arts & business, and the roles of creator/producer

Suitable for final year undergraduate students, recent graduates and early or mid-career artists/researchers. Advance booking essential 


The MA Dance & Creative Enterprise at NSCD is a pioneering one-year programme. It gives dance makers space to further explore and define their artistic voice, while learning the relevant business skills needed to become successful independent creatives today.

Students on the course develop their creative practice, place their ideas within cultural, artistic and theoretical frameworks, and receive expert tuition in digital marketing, project management and strategic fundraising. Multiple opportunities to present work means students are often able to put their interdisciplinary learning in to practice while studying.

Application and audition for this programme is via online video submission. Those who attend the workshop are eligible for an audition fee waiver.

Workshop cost: £16 (190 DKK)

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About us

Based in the vibrant, student-friendly city of Leeds, we are a leading centre for dance in the UK and one of 6 world-leading schools forming the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama. We are currently the only provider of conservatoire-level dance training in the North of England.

For over 30 years we have enabled students to enter and shape the industry. Specialist programmes are offered at CertHE, Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels, focusing on the development of versatile and independent dance artists with highly-tuned technique, creative and performance skills. We are committed to widening access and recruit the most talented students, regardless of personal circumstance.

Many of our graduates go on to carve out substantial careers as successful performers and freelance dance artists or establish their own companies in a highly competitive field. Alumni include celebrated international choreographer Akram Khan MBE, Sharon Watson (Artistic Director, Phoenix Dance Theatre), Gail Parmel (Artistic Director, ACE Dance and Music) and Tamsin Fitzgerald (Artistic Director, 2Faced Dance).