Voluntary Promoter or Group of the Year - National Rural Touring Awards 2020 - NOMINATION
National Rural Touring Awards celebrate the breadth, passion and professionalism prevalent in the rural touring sector. The awards recognise the quality of the arts, the promoters, venues and wider industry. It is our opportunity to draw attention to the quality of performance and performing companies as well as to collaborations and the network of individuals who go above and beyond on behalf of the health and cohesion of their local community. The awards reward not just the winners but everyone who has performed, organised and taken part in Rural Arts & Touring
*** THESE AWARDS ARE NOMINATED AND VOTED FOR BY YOU - PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD! ***
Priority judging criteria - NRTF recognise innovative ideas that seek to tackle issues of diversity, environmental sustainability, art form development and positive role models for Rural Touring throughout all its awards.
• Cross-section of regions represented
• accessibility and disability lead work
• support of new and emerging talent
• working with young people
• diversity in the arts
• raising the profile of rural touring
Voluntary Promoter or Group of the Year
All our promoters are terrific. Volunteer promoters are a big part of what makes rural touring so special. This award is to acknowledge an individual or a committee who, in the last year, have done something that really sets them apart. Think about someone who has really gone the extra mile.
• They could have programmed some new kinds of companies or productions, introducing new ideas into the hall.
• Perhaps they've spearheaded a fundraising campaign to improve access for audience members.
• Did they pioneer post-show discussions or other ways to engage more fully with shows?
• Whatever it is, tell us in detail why they deserve to win this award right now.
Who or what group are you nominating? (include their name and any links or contact details you have)
Where and how have you worked with them?
What is it about them that is so brilliant and how have they made a positive difference to rural touring? They could have programmed some new kinds of companies or productions, introducing new ideas into the hall. Perhaps they've spearheaded a fundraising campaign to improve access for audience members. Did they pioneer post-show discussions or other ways to engage more fully with shows. Whatever it is, tell us in detail why they deserve to win this award right now.
Please ticket which of these relates to the nominee in terms of our Award judging criteria. You can tick more than one.
accessibility and disability lead work
support of new and emerging talent
working with young people
diversity in the arts
raising the profile of rural touring
support of new & emerging talent
sustainability and environmental issues
What contribution have they made towards a positive change? - Please elaborate on why you ticked the above criteria
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