Curious Seed workshop


5pm on Wednesday 24 April

Credit: Photo by Alan Moffat @ ASM1 Photography

Sunday 26 May 2019
11am - 4pm


5pm on Wednesday 24 April


Events Space at the National Museum of Scotland

How to apply

Places on this workshop are free but very limited as ten places are for the E.P.I.C. artists from Singapore.  To apply, email us at with Curious Seed Workshop as the subject title telling us:

  • a bit about who you are and what you do
  • why you would like to take part in this workshop 

We will confirm the list of participants by Monday 29 April.

Sunday 26 May 
11am - 4pm
National Museum of Scotland

Come and join Christine Devaney, Artistic Director of Curious Seed, for a workshop exploring her artistic practice and approach to making performance.  This workshop is part of a programme at Edinburgh International Children's Festival this year called E.P.I.C., a project funding artists from Singapore to visit international festivals for young audiences run by Artground.  

Award-winning performance company, Curious Seed, was formed in 2005 by Scottish choreographer, Christine Devaney.  Based in Edinburgh, they produce and present compelling, dance theatre work that questions the world we live in; work which touches and moves people, unlocking new ways of experiencing and feeling something different about the world. In 2013, Imaginate commissioned Curious Seed to make Chalk About for age 8+ which has since gone on to tour across the world.

This workshop is open to all artists interested in theatre and dance for young audiences including those who are not makers but are involved in the creative process.  If you would like to discuss this before applying you can contact Fiona Ferguson, Creative Development Director.