Jill Smith and Kathryn Boyle
Feral Arts produce a portfolio of performance and movement practitioners including Al Seed, Colette Sadler, Oceanallover, Nic Green, Liz Aggiss, Bex Anson and Dav Bernard (MHz), Mele Broomes, and Sita Pieraccini. Feral support artists making cross artform work and champion makers who explore new performance languages through their practice.
During their independent arts careers spanning the last 14 years they have acted in curatorial and managerial positions on a number of Scotland’s leading arts festivals including National Review of Live Art, Arches Live, Behaviour Festival, Early Days Festival, Glasgay, Into The New, Sound Thought Festival, Solas Festival, Dance House Glasgow’s Winter Fest and Mischief La Bas’
Festival of Death.
They are former programmers of The Arches and between them have spearheaded the curatorial, practical and logistical delivery of several festivals and exhibitions that nurture artistic development and the presentation of risk taking multi-disciplinary art. Central to their ethos is platforming work in unusual and “found spaces” that celebrates the urban canvas of Glasgow.
Feral acted as Associate Producers on Paisley’s UK City of Culture Bid in 2017 and have jointly ran the Edinburgh Fringe 'Autopsy Award' with Summerhall for the last 3 years.
Recent success include:
VOID by Mele Broomes, Bex Anson and Dav Bernard at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Winner of Total Theatre Award for Dance 2018
Oceanallover 'Sea Hames' nominated for Best Music and Sound 2018 CATS (Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland)
Slap & Tickle by Liz Aggiss at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Part of British Council Showcase and Winner of Total Theatre Award 2017
Ringside by Ellie Dubois at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Winner Autopsy Award and Nominated Total Theatre Award for Circus 2015
Oog by Al Seed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Winner of Total Theatre Award for Visual Theatre 2015
We are always interested in hearing about new projects and working collaboratively so please get in touch at email@example.com