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Improvisers upload your event or article to the site - no coding or need to register

To upload an article to the site please use the form to be found in the tab called form



It maybe: an event, a video,  an article about a specific subject, it maybe local or global, there are spaces and places throughout the site to host content on a wide range of topics.

No coding knowledge required.

Please complete the very simple form below, and your event will be uploaded to the network site within 1-7 days.

Geography : From local to global, from Wales to New South Wales! - access all areas

Platforms: Music, dance, cross platform etc - driven by free improvisation and related practices

Topics: Events, video links, interview links, documents, thesis,

Other considerations

  • You will receive email verification that the form has worked, plus an on screen display
  • It should be live within 1-7 days, with the average being one day.
  • Be aware the project is managed and operated by volunteers

The Form

To add your event to the website, complete the form below.
Genre, free improvisation in music and associated practices

Your Name - both boxes need to be completed:*
Title of the document, or the event as it may appear on the site*
Upload a document that contains all the details the site needs : formats, txt, rtf, doc. docx, odt*
Upload a image, landscape prefered: jpg, jpeg, png only. Preferred image size 600x400 @ 72 dpi*
Comments, suggestions, further information and feedback:
Word Verification:

No Form

If you do not like forms or the form is a challenge send the information by email to listings@improvisersnetwork.co.uk

NOTE: this creates more work for the volunteer staff. However if forms are an obstacle for you and a frustration select this email method

please consider the following

  • Send the information as attachments, please avoid using the email content itself for this purpose.
  • If the attachment files are large please us consider using WE TRANSFER
  • Please try to duplicate the as much as of the information requested in the form in your email communication.

and thanks for your actions, we look forward to receiving them.

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