Nic Green is an award-winning performance maker based in Scotland, known for her works Cock and Bull, TURN, Fatherland, Slowlo, Trilogy, Vivarium. Her work is varied in style and method, spanning dance, theatre, site-specific, sonic and sculptural works, with forms often ‘found’ through collaborative and relational practices with communities, place and material. Her work has received several recognitions including a Herald Angel, ‘Best Production’ at Dublin Fringe, The Adrian Howells Award for Intimate Performance, and a Total Theatre Award for ‘Best Physical/Visual Theatre,’ at the Edinburgh Fringe. She is also the recipient of the Inaugural Forced Entertainment Award, in memory of Huw Chadbourn. Nic also runs a small pottery (Laika Ceramics), and is currently the recipient of the ‘Art of Farming Commission,’ where she is creating a new work alongside Aberdeenshire Farmers. She was previously an Associate Artist with National Theatre Scotland.

Image: Nic Green, ceramics.