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art changes lives

it makes us think, talk, reconsider

it reframes the world around us and our place in it

intercultural dialogue

we're excited by what happens when people recognise and celebrate their differences

we create dialogue within our work, and about it

we're a charity

what we do is powerful

the impact of artistic work is hard to quantify, but our audiences tell us how much it matters

supporting artists

Led by artists, we support other artists through curation, mentoring and residencies, always with cash, care and community.

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Clicking on the donate button lets you make a donation directly to us, and GiftAid can boost your donation by 25%:

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Buy our books

You can buy 2020's FIELD notes and 2021's FIELD Scotland: On Value, both filled with thinking by artists, funders and programmers about routes forward (£10 each or £24.00 as a bundle).

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If you'd like to discuss a longer-term relationship, support a particular project or discuss opportunities to work together, get in touch!

Here are just some of the organisations that have helped us so far.

Arts Council England supports our work in England and for English audiences. This has included the development of work, enabled touring and made possible the work for us to become a charity in the first place -- thanks to the National Lottery.

Creative Scotland supports our work in Scotland and for Scottish audiences, using funds from the National Lottery. This includes touring and making work.

The Garfield Weston Foundation has supported core costs — key for a small organisation funded mainly on a project basis.

Bradford's Theatre in the Mill has co-commissioned work with us, contributing funds, space for rehearsals, technical equipment and expertise.

A number of venues partner with us on projects, supporting the development of new ideas, providing rehearsal space, loaning equipment and helping us think about the best way to reach audiences for each project. They range from small arts centres to large organisations like National Theatre Scotland.

We've been members of the IETM international network since 2014, and their financial help with the costs of attending our first overseas meetings has been really valuable in creating and sustaining connections with presenters and makers from around the world.

Dance4 has helped with financing early stages of R&D for work, as well as offering producing advice to help identify audiences and presenters.

ARC Stockton has supported us with expertise from staff, access to rehearsal space, co-commissioning funds -- and some very welcome cups of tea from their fabulously friendly team of people.