Edinburgh International Festival is the most exciting place in the world to experience the performing arts, and the tremendous support we receive from charitable trusts and foundations plays a vital role in making this unique event possible.
Trusts and foundations can support particular performances or productions enabling us to maintain our consistently high artistic standards, alternatively support from trusts and foundations can also help us bring the Festival to more diverse audiences, whether through our innovative and inspiring year-round education work, or our outreach programmes that enable Festival audiences to hear about the creative process at first hand from Festival artists.
For details on how your trust or foundation can make a significant difference to the widest community, please contact Niki Furley, Head of Sponsorship and Development on +44 (0) 131 473 2062 or email email@example.com
Sally Jubb, Festival Photographer 2012 said ‘My experience as the Festival Photographer for the Edinburgh International Festival 2012 gave me unparalleled access to the processes involved in choreographing and delivering a month long programme of arts and culture. I experienced first hand the physical and mental preparation that goes into every performance, my proximity allowing me the opportunity to capture energetic rehearsals as well as artist's fleeting moments of solitude before going on stage.’
Previous winners of this position include Edinburgh based photographers Claudine Quinn and Eoin Carey.
'The Morton Charitable Trust is delighted to create exciting new ways for audiences to engage with the Edinburgh International Festival by supporting its innovative and inspirational photography project.” Trustees of The Morton Charitable Trust