Organisation: Roaring Girl Productions
Region: South West
Artform: Cross Artform
Welcoming: All Disabilities
The Company collaborates with talented professional disabled and non-disabled artists from a wide range of artforms. Contact the Company for details of current opportunities with the Company.
Remuneration: A mix of paid and unpaid opportunities.
Roaring Girl Productions (RGP) is a creative media company working in film, audio, text and performance. It combines high quality creative work with practical activism. RGP was founded in 1999 by artist-activist Liz Crow and is based in Bristol, UK. It began in response to the lack of representation of disabled people across the widest range of media. The Company wanted to be a part of the solution and have worked to create fresh portrayals that disabled people can recognise and non-disabled people will be challenged by. The Company demonstrates inclusion in their production processes, raising awareness of the benefits that this way of working can bring to creative work, and pioneering new approaches to audience access. The Company's award-winning work has been presented to audiences around the world. The central themes of the work are identity, resistance, survival and hope. The work ranges from the pictorial to the confrontational.
Breathe photographed by Diverse City