PRODUCTION, CURATORIAL & CONSULTING SERVICES //
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2012 was the most successful year yet for the artists and organisations with which we work. More people saw projects that we have either created, produced, commissioned, exhibited, distributed or consulted upon in 2012 than in any year to date.
Last year we advised on a distribution strategy for an artists’ long format film, we helped two artists secure one-person exhibitions at major, international contemporary art venues, we co-produced a large, multi-screen installation for an artist in a landmark public site, one of our art projects was selected as part of the parallel programme for a major European biennial, we got down to tackling OVoD opportunities for artists’ films and gained additional partners for our long term cultural research around invisible communities, spaces and agendas.
If you have a contemporary art project, artists’ film or cultural challenge with which you need assistance, get in touch and see if we can help. More information about the services we can provide is detailed below.
We are always looking for co-production and co-commissioning partners for our projects. If you are interested in being a co-producer or commissioner, just get in touch or meet up with us at the next market platform.
PRODUCTION SERVICES /
PORTLAND GREENTM produces film and contemporary art projects. Our focus has been wide, including artists’ film, creative documentary, cinematic essay, docu-drama, dance and performance on film and related hybrid forms. We produce our own films and art projects and we produce films and art projects for, and in collaboration with, other artists and film makers, for a production fee. These productions have been delivered to broadcasters, package content providers, online platforms, site-specific spaces and galleries and museums. If you would like to talk to us about your project contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CURATORIAL SERVICES /
Portland Green has been curating exhibitions and site-specific projects in the visual arts since the mid 90s. She has curated or produced eighteen large exhibitions or contemporary art events, many of which have focused on the relationship between dance and performance and the visual arts. Exhibition and event venues include the De La Warr Pavilion, England, ICA, London, The New Art Gallery Walsall and many more. Her most recent project is as Curator of SMALL ACTS OF DISOBEDIENCE. Additionally she has curated numerous artist film programmes for museums, galleries, art spaces and site-specific locations. She is available as a curator or curatorial consultant and works on a fee basis. To discuss curatorial services contact us at email@example.com
CONSULTING / DEVELOPMENT / MENTORING / COACHING /
PORTLAND GREENTM seeks every opportunity to share its experience in artists’ moving image commissioning, production, exhibition, distribution, funding, strategy and policy with our clients. We do this through: research; reports; talks; workshops; individual, bespoke, development sessions; symposia and sitting on selection panels and juries. Clients include artists, film makers, funding agencies, film festivals, film/art conferences, local government, museums, art spaces and developers.
Clients include: Arts Council England, (National, London, West Midlands,East); Sheffield Documentary Festival, London Short Film Festival, Film London Artist Moving Image Network; Animate Projects, London; Sheffield International Documentary Festival, Joint Adventures, Munich; Zimmedia, Bristol; New Art Gallery Walsall, In conversation Programme; London Contemporary Dance, Postgraduate Dance for Screen; Dance on Camera 2007, New York City; Watermill Centre, NY; Branchage Film Festival; RCA, Moving Image Studio, Fracture, West Midlands and hundreds of individual artists and creative practitioners.
An article about a practice-based, artist development programme that we produced in the past can be read about at the following link:
To receive our scale of fees or book any of our consultant or development services, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org