Become a member

What are the benefits of becoming a member?

  1. Take a role in shaping a vibrant artist-led organisation. All of our members have a say in how the Work Room is run, and also have the opportunity to strengthen relationships with other independent artists within the sector.  We're here to help galvanise the community of independent dance artists within Scotland, and also to assist you in your career with state of the art facilities and professional support.

     

     

    Image: Natasha Gilmour, One Up One Down



  2. One of the main benefits of membership is the chance to develop your practice by applying for fully-supported, extended residencies in our world-class atelier studio. Members may also use the space at discounted rates year-round outside of the residency programme.

    We also want to make sure you have access to professional resources and equipment, producer, PR and technical support and advice, connections to promoters and venues, as well as high quality sound and video recording and editing equipment.

     

    Image: Linder Sterling, The Darktown Cakewalk

  3. In addition to professional and technical support, we also offer online space. Create an easily-updated profile for your work on this site in the Work Room Members’ Area, which not only connects automatically to other social networking platforms, but helps strengthen relationships with other artists. Members are encouraged to use the space and The Work Room’s resources to work together on collaborations, events or artistic sharings.

     

    Image from Garterstich 100's Loop, 100 Events For International Women's Day

Download our online application form here, fill out the form below or contact sara@theworkroom.org.uk for more information.

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What does it cost and what do you get?

Membership of the Work Room is only £18 per year. Thanks to support from Creative Scotland, Glasgow Life and Glasgow City Council we can keep costs low whilst still providing a dedicated service.

 

This entitles you to:

- your own profile page on this site which you can use to connect with other artists, upload archive footage of your work, keep a blog of your current projects and link to your work on other sites, as well as using it to manage your professional social networking output with automatic connections to Facebook and Twitter


- the opportunity to apply for residency support and to connect with fellow artists and organisations at members’ events


- access to our top-of-the-range equipment and to our network of professional associates such as producers and PR consultants