‘Thanks GDIF for pioneering the ‘new normal’ for outdoor arts, and for sharing your learning with other outdoor arts organisations. Your team are fantastic – down to every volunteer – and this event was a beacon of light in a very dark year.’
– GDIF 2020 audience member
FESTIVAL.ORG has a nationally respected track record of success in the creation and delivery of outdoor arts experiences. The organisation has particular expertise in respect of artistic programming, the creation of bespoke large scale productions, devising innovative approaches to access, cultural place-making and developing new festival models both in the UK and internationally.
FESTIVAL.ORG welcomes approaches from public, private and strategic organisations seeking high quality, responsive solutions to the creation and delivery of unforgettable outdoor arts projects and takes pride in developing responsive and impactful solutions for its clients. In the past, we have undertaken such client-based work for the Mayor of London, Department for Culture Media and Sport, London Legacy Development Corporation, Hull City of Culture 2017, China Yue Theatre and the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
If you would like to discuss how FESTIVAL.ORG might be able to help your organisation achieve its objectives through outdoor arts, please contact Artistic Director, Bradley Hemmings at email@example.com.
Following a successful 25th anniversary festival produced during the COVID-19 pandemic, FESTIVAL.ORG can offer consultancy in areas including:
- Risk management
- COVID-secure event planning
- Artistic programme adaptation
- Communications & marketing
- Ticketing & capacity management
As a small arts charity, we are committed to sharing best practice expertise and engaging in sector-beneficial conversation, but do ask for renumeration for our time to support our ongoing work.
‘Greenwich+Docklands International Festival, normally an outdoor festival with large crowds and big spectacular events, produced specially scaled down events that linked into other local initiatives. This intimate format added a new dimension to a festival always in search of creative ways to connect with its community’
– Arts Professional