Posts Tagged ‘arts opportunities’

20 Oct
2017

Pottery Taster Session

pottery-2

Martin Craddock will be running a special Pottery Taster Session on November 3rd 2pm-5pm for those who are interested in attending seasonal Pottery Classes at Arts Alive Wales.

This will be a chance to work alongside Martin, our trained potter and tutor who will be providing guidance working with clay through coiling, slabbing and press-moulded dish making. Come and see the space, and get to know us as an organisation.

There will be a small fee to cover the cost of the materials of £5.

BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL.

call 01873 811579 to book or email info@artsalivewales.org.uk

 

1 Nov
2017

AIR LAB: Announcing our Generator artists!

air lab 2After a competitive process, we have selected artists for our professional development programme Air Lab Generator. They will collaborate with technologists, curators and environmentalists.

 

AIR LAB GENERATOR

On Monday 13th November, the participants will be coached by:

Artist and technologist Charles Gershom;

Aerial surveillance and filming expert, Alex Rees – Pilot / Founder and Director of  Mighty Sky,;

Gemma Brace Teaching Fellow and Curator in History of Art, Heritage and Museums, University of Bristol Exhibitions Curator at RWA and co-curator  of Air: Visualising the Invisible in British Art 1768-2017 ;

Associate Producer for Air Lab, Dr Emma Posey.

The following individuals were chosen on the basis of their artistic practice and motivation to explore the uses of drones  with the aim of incorporating digital elements in their work, and to understand the issues and senitivities of working in the Black Mountains.

 

Susan Adams

Born in Kent, Susan Adams now works at her studio near Brecon and occasionally teaches at Cardiff Metropolitan University and the University of South Wales. Her practice embraces various media including painting, print, polychromed wood-carving and video. After studying Painting at Norwich School of Art and the Slade Susan became Fine Art Fellow at Cheltenham College of Art. She then worked as Artist in Residence in India, the USA and the UK including at ArtsAcre Calcutta, Millay Colony New York, Welsh National Opera, Ynys Enlli (Bardsey Island), Oriel Mostyn and Shaftesbury Abbey. She was also selected to become the first Artist in Residence at Gloucester Cathedral.

Drawn to the uncanny, Susan is engaged with expressing a sense of narrative through art, making use of folk art, literature, film and children’s book illustration. She is interested in the exchange between the solid real, belief and the imaginary. An exploration of medieval sainthood led on to a collaborative project with contemporary voice-hearers in Wales. A recipient of a major Creative Wales Award, Susan used the grant to collaborate with writers and travel to the USA and Canada to establish a dialogue with internationally acclaimed artists who use narrative in their practice.

Susan Adams has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally, venues in Wales include Oriel Mostyn, Oriel Mwldan, Attic Cardiff, MoMA Wales; as well as venues in London, Paris, Maastricht and Zagreb.

www.susan-adams.co.uk 

 

 

Richard Billingham

Richard graduated from Sunderland University with a degree in Painting in 1994.
He was offered gallery representation by Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London and began exhibiting internationally in shows such as New Photography 12, Museum of Modern Art, New York; Sensation, Royal Academy, London; Life Live, ARC, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris Paris and Pictura Britannica, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.

In 1997 he was the first recipient of the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize and the following year BBC2 broadcast his film Fishtank, (47mins) produced by Artangel and filmmaker Adam Curtis. He exhibited at the Venice Biennale 2001 and was nominated for the Turner Prize, also 2001, for his show at the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.

His work is held in many collections including San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum, New York, V & A and Tate Galleries, London. More recently, he has written and directed his first feature film Ray & Liz, to be released in 2018. He has been Professor in the Creative Industries at Middlesex University since 2012 and is a lecturer in Fine Art Photography at the University of Gloucestershire.

http://www.anthonyreynolds.com/billingham.php

 

 

Stefhan Caddick

Stefhan is a visual artist working in video, installation and performance. His practice spans a range of media but he has an ongoing interest in making installations, events and films which engage with landscape and place, often through the use of new technologies and new ways of working. Recent projects have involved partnerships with or commissions for University of St Andrews, Glamorgan Archive, International Symposium of Electronic Arts, Ebbw Vale Works Museum, Green Man Festival, Fourth Wall Film Festival, University of Ottawa and London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.

Artists have always engaged with new ways of representing the world around them – I’m interested in exploring the possibilities which seem to be offered by drone technology for mapping and representation, and how associations between drones and ideas around surveillance and the military impact on meaning.

http://www.stefhancaddick.co.uk/projects/

 

 

Joshua Davidson

Joshua is a Graphic Designer and Cyclist with a deep interest in the visual image, exploring creative outcomes from the perspective of visual communication. His interests pertain to technology, moving image, digital culture, complex systems, socio-political change, engineering, neural-networks and the environment.

Air Lab is offering me a unique opportunity to expand my thinking about landscape, space, movement & mapping. Examining these themes through the visual language of the drone.

 www.joshhd.co.uk

 

 

Penny Hallas

Based in Powys, Penny Hallas is an artist working in various media: drawing, painting, printmaking, video, sculpture. Her work revolves around a fascination with internal states of being: sometimes funny, sometimes disturbing; alive to the promptings of chance, fantasy and emotion; it seeks to explore correspondences between the material world and the hidden crannies of the psyche.
Whatever the medium, she is interested in the way self-contained visual/conceptual elements, when brought together, form fluid systems in which differing narratives, visual rhythms and conceptual overviews come into prominence by turns, dissolving then, to be replaced by others.

As joint artist in residence with Llangattock Green Valleys’ HYDRO, I am intrigued to find out what the use of UAVs would bring to my visual exploration of LGV’s micro-hydro installations and sites in the Black Mountains – adding an airy perspective to what has so far been watery and earthbound. I look forward to sharing and learning together as a way of questioning my own established ways of seeing and making.

http://pennyhallas.co.uk/wp/2970/hydro/

 

 

Maria Hayes

Maria has been practising as a visual artist since 1986; exhibiting and drawing live at events throughout the UK. An award-winning facilitator, Hayes devises and delivers workshops in schools, galleries, and community venues as well as lecturing in higher education. In 2013 she was awarded a PhD (Fine Art) from Aberystwyth University and published papers on drawing. Hayes explores drawing in a condition of connected looking, through both analogue and digitally assisted methods. She collaborates with performance-based practitioners (dancers, musicians, storytellers) to create unique stage experiences where the process of creating work is revealed to the audience. Using cameras with projection technology Hayes puts her hand in the camera to reveal the human process of analogue image making.

I have always loved flying and drawing birds. The new UAV technologies allow us a birds-eye view of flying over landscape. I would love to put my hand in the camera of a birds-eye-view and trace the trajectory my eye is drawn to in real time and motion. In this way I might experience how a bird sees when it flies. I will make an image of my experience of flight through looking and being an eye/hand in the camera. My hand will generate the image that enacts itself within my body, without leaving the ground. It will be intriguing to see what a grounded flight drawing will look like.

http://www.mariahayes.info/

 

 

Sion Marshall- Waters

Sion is a documentary filmmaker and photographer based in South Wales. A recent graduate from the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology at the University of Manchester, his projects thus far have aimed to explore people’s relationship with place; how notions of place are constructed, experienced and how they shape one’s sense of self. His interest in documentary extends from a background in the social sciences; prior to switching to anthropology he received a BA in Politics and Sociology also from the University of Manchester. He believes that documentary film, photography and sound have a unique capability of evoking story and experience in ways that go beyond the written word.

I’m hoping to understand how we may use digital technologies to explore and reframe how we may represent and interpret human experiences and perspectives of the world.

https://sionmarshallwaters.com/

 

Sara Rees

Sara Rees is a visual artist from the Gower Peninsular, currently based in Cardiff. She studied Visual Performance at Dartington College of Arts, and Fine Art at Cardiff School of Art & Design. Her transdisciplinary practice encompasses site-specific installation, video, photography, writing, and performance, and explores notions of history and memory in relation to the politics and poetics of space.

Rees presents work both within the gallery and beyond, from bucolic woodlands to a derelict Soviet power station, responding as much to contemporary global conditions and events as to the resonances of a specific place or site. Arising from this territory, and inextricably woven through it are questions about the nature of reality, consciousness and time.

Rees’ work has been exhibited widely, nationally and internationally. She has undertaken a number of commissions and residencies: at Oriel Mostyn, the Welsh School of Architectural Glass, HANGAR Barcelona, and the BBC, and has been the recipient of several awards and prizes, including the prestigious Leverhulme Trust Award.

We are entering an age of unprecedented visuality, in which we are both the subjects and agents of an omnipresent gaze. As a politically engaged artist, I see creative engagement with drone technology and the visual perspectives it produces as a critical line of inquiry.

 

 

Neasa Terry

Neasa is currently undertaking the Litmus Residency at Oriel Davis Gallery.
She recently completed her MA in Communication Design at Central St. Martins, UAL. As well as a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, CLTAD from University of the Arts, she also has an MA RCA in Fine Art Printmaking from the Royal College of Art and a BA First Class Honours in Fine Art Printmaking from Limerick School of Art and Design.
Her awards and residencies include, Unit(e) Residency and commission for g39, Cardiff, funding from Arts Council England as part of LUX13 Critical Forum. She was named Winner of ‘Film London in 90 Seconds: Capital Tales’, Islington, and short listed for the Stanley Picker Tutorship Award, Kingston University.

I’m interested in the role that industry, landscape and technology play in the evolution of sound of an area and how the shape of this space acts as an instrument; sounds echoing through valleys, crescendoing through tunnels. In taking part in Air Lab I’m interested to see if I can use images from above to produce three dimensional pieces through photogrammetry.

http://www.neasaterry.com/About

 

 

 

For those interested in other events in the Air Lab series, you can sign up to our Monday 27th November creative practitioner session Above the Radar.

10 Oct
2017

Winner of the Creative Network mini fund

Stone carver Matt Caines, and jeweller and textile artist Amanda Caines have been awarded £300 through the September Creative Network mini-fund.

Based in Abergavenny, Matt and Amanda’s work has become more and more collaborative, finding ways of starting to combine firstly carved stone and wood, and later, naturally shed pieces of deer antler with Amanda’s stitch work and painterly approach to 3D structures. They have not only made freestanding animal forms from engraved antler sections with textile stitch work panels, but also made wall hanging pieces with attachments.

Photographer ©Sylvain Deleu 2017 all rights protected.  Do not use the photograph without the authorisation of the photographer if used for the web like blogs etc please contact me beforehand  sylvaindeleu@mac.com  or call me tel: 0044(0) 7 870649 206 T

 

Currently they are making a collection for this year’s Made London Craft Show, which is sponsored by Crafts Magazine and Winter Draws Nigh, and later an exhibition to be held at The Brook Street Gallery in Hay-on-Wye in October.

Matt and Amanda will be using the mini-fund award to upgrade their equipment and purchase better engraving drill bits and other jewellers tools which will allow them, in turn to upgrade the nature of their work. As self-employed artists, this small investment will help Matt and Amanda realise sketchbook ideas, not only in exhibitions and shows, but also in their work as teachers.

 

 

 

9 Aug
2017

2017 Food Festival Art Project

Volunteer with Bettina Reeves to create stunning sculptures for Abergavenny Market Hall

Food Festival 2016Food Festival 2016

 

 

 

 

Exif_JPEG_PICTURE2009 Arts Alive Sheep in the Market Hall SELECT

 

 

 

 

Volunteers are warmly invited to join Bettina Reeves for the 2017 Abergavenny Food Festival art project.  Bettina, who retires this summer from her position as senior tutor for Theatre Design at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, has chosen chickens for this year’s art project, a theme last visited in 2008 “We will be crafting chickens from withy and willow, paper and fabric and fluttering amongst these beauties will be native butterflies of silk”.

The project takes place in the Arts Alive Wales studio over 15 intensive days from 29 August to 13 September, 9.30am to 5.30pm and will be installed in Abergavenny Market Hall in time for the Festival weekend on 16/17 September.  This hugely enjoyable and rewarding project is open to volunteers  of all abilities aged over 16 years.  Join us to share and learn new skills and to enjoy the camaraderie, fun and great lunches.  We look forward to welcoming familiar as well as new faces.

Bring lunch to share and a pair of scissors

For more information or if you want to take part email info@artsalivewales.org.uk 

The unveiling of the annual art project is an eagerly awaited moment in the local calendar whilst the sculptures are a hugely popular feature of the Market Hall, drawing residents and visitors all year round.  In recognition of its iconic status, this year’s project has been generously supported with funding from Abergavenny Town Council

2017 is Abergavenny Food Festival’s 19th year running and reaches 35,000 people  http://www.abergavennyfoodfestival.com

AFF logo

 

 

 

 

17 Aug
2017

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY Creating market hall artwork – Abergavenny Food Festival 2017

Bettina Reeves’ annual art project for the 2017 Abergavenny Food Festival starts on Tuesday 29 August and runs daily in Arts Alive Wales’ Crickhowell studio until Weds 13 September.  We are seeking volunteers aged 16 years + who can commit whole days to this enjoyable and rewarding project.   The artwork will be unveiled over the Food Festival weekend 16/17 September. Email info@artsalivewales.org.uk if you want to join in.  Bring scissors and lunch to share!

4 Jul
2017

ARTIST OPPORTUNITY Horsebox Studio Commission – Peak/Copa & Abergavenny Food Festival

Horsebox Studio Commission.
Peak/Copa & Abergavenny Food Festival

August – September
Festival Weekend 16th & 17th September 2017

 

 

peak-2

peak-3

 

The Horsebox Studio Commission is a partnership project between Peak/Copa and the Abergavenny Food Festival. We are seeking a professional, Wales-based visual or applied artist of any discipline, to respond to the distinctive region of the Black Mountains and to the themes of the festival to produce new work in collaboration with the public, which will be created and presented in Peak’s Horsebox Studio on site during the festival weekend (16th and 17th September 2017).

 
Themes: growing, cooking, agriculture, sustainability, food culture, the politics and economics of food production, individual and collective memories of food, markets, small holdings
- The artist must be available during the preparation and delivery of the festival weekend (16th and 17th September).
- The artist is expected to spend a minimum of 8 days working on the research, preparation, delivery and evaluation of the commission (at least 4 days to be located in Abergavenny).
- The Artist Commission is supported through Arts Council of Wales funding.
• £2,500 artist fee inclusive of materials and production costs
• Up to £150 travel expenses
• Up to 4 x nights’ accommodation in Abergavenny (if required)

 

 

For full details of the commission please visit https://peakart.org.uk/

Or contact Rebecca Spooner, Creative Director rebecca@artsalivewales.org.uk / 01873 811579
The deadline for applications is 10am, Wednesday 19th July 2017.

 

 

Peak/Copa is an initiative devised and delivered by Arts Alive Wales, an arts education charity based in Crickhowell, Powys. Peak creates opportunities for contemporary art in the Black Mountains and Welsh Borders for the benefit of the region’s artists, communities and visitors.

 

 

 

 

 

peak-logo-bilingual-webArtboard 1ACW_logo_CMYK_portrait-430x241

 

 

 

3 Jan
2017

CREATIVE NETWORK – Review

A day of focused, one-to-one professional review sessions with Arts Alive’s Creative Director, Rebecca Spooner to provide constructive feedback and support practitioners of all disciplines with arts funding, project development, promotion and event organising.

Tuesday 28th February
Arts Alive Wales studio, Crickhowell 

Only 6 places are available. 45 minute time slots.

10:00 – 10:45am
11:00 – 11:45am
12:00- 12:45pm
02:00 – 2:45pm
03:00 – 3:45pm
04:00 – 4:45pm

£15 / £10 for Creative Network members and students

Scroll down to book a place or tel: 01873 811579 / email: info@artsalivewales.org.uk

 

Rebecca Spooner Rebecca Spooner has worked in the arts in Wales for over fifteen years and is experienced in arts fundraising, organising and promoting exhbitions, residencies, public talks and workshops, mentoring, arts participation and project management. Rebecca was an exhibiting artist for ten years, specialising in film and photography installation. 

 

 

7 Jan
2017

OPPORTUNITY: Criw Celf Project Manager

 

CRIW CELF PROJECT MANAGER

ARTS ALIVE WALES
Old School, Brecon Road, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1DG

Closing date Monday 23 January 2017 at 5pm

Arts Alive Wales wish to appoint a freelance Project Manager for Criw Celf South Powys to manage and evaluate 2017 provision.  The appointment is key to successful project delivery, and will ensure that we meet the project’s objectives to extend opportunity to Powys students aged 11 to 19 years with talent and interest in the visual arts.  The Project Manager will attend all Criw Celf South Powys sessions as well as undertaking the planning, coordination and evaluation of all activity. The successful applicant will be a creative and dynamic person, and a brilliant communicator with strong presentational skills, able to advocate successfully for the project and on behalf of Arts Alive Wales.

Rate of Pay – total Fee: £6,800

(Fee includes admin costs; contribution to travel costs in accordance with AAW policy for freelance staff)

Contract Date: 1 February 2017 to 30 September 2017.

We anticipate an average commitment of one day per week.  The project manager must attend all Criw Celf South Powys activity.  For confirmed dates, please see application pack.

Download an application pack: project-manager-criw-celf-application-pack

Or email info@artsalivewales.org.uk

To apply email a CV and Covering Letter, explaining why you are interested in the role and how you meet the requirements of the Person Specification: info@artsalivewales.org.uk

 

Only electronic applications will be accepted.

For more information or to discuss the post, contact Creative Director, Rebecca Spooner on 01873 811579.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 23 January 2017.  Applicants must be available for interview on Tuesday 31 January 2017, which will take place at Arts Alive Wales’ Crickhowell venue.

 

——————————

 

RHEOLWR PROSIECT CRIW CELF

ARTS ALIVE WALES
Yr Hen Ysgol, Heol Aberhonddu, Crucywel, Powys, NP8 1DG

Dyddiad cau dydd Llun 23 Ionawr 2017 am 5pm

Dymuna Arts Alive Wales benodi Rheolwr Prosiect ar gyfer Criw Celf De Powys i reoli a gwerthuso darpariaeth 2017. Mae’r penodiad yn allweddol i gyflenwi’r prosiect yn llwyddiannus, a sicrhau ein bod yn bodloni amcanion y prosiect i ehangu cyfle ym Mhowys i ddisgyblion rhwng 11 ac 19 oed sydd â thalent a diddordeb yn y celfyddydau gweledol. Bydd y Rheolwr Prosiect yn mynychu holl sesiynau Criw Celf De Powys, yn ogystal ag ymgymryd â chynllunio, cydlynu a gwerthuso’r holl weithgarwch. Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn berson creadigol a deinamig, ac yn gyfathrebwr disglair â sgiliau cyflwyno cryf, sydd yn gallu eirioli’n llwyddiannus ar ran y prosiect ac ar ran Arts Alive Wales.

Cyfradd Tâl – cyfanswm Ffi: £6,800

(Mae’r ffi yn cynnwys costau gweinyddu; cyfraniad at gostau teithio yn unol â pholisi AAW ar gyfer staff sy’n gweithio ar eu liwt eu hun)

Dyddiad Contract: 1 Chwefror 2017 tan 30 Medi 2017.

Rhagwelwn ymrwymiad sy’n gyfartaledd o un diwrnod yr wythnos. Rhaid i’r rheolwr prosiect fynychu holl weithgareddau Criw Celf De Powys. Gweler y pecyn ymgeisio ar gyfer y dyddiadau sydd wedi eu cadarnhau.

Lawrlwythwch becyn ymgeisio o: project-manager-criw-celf-application-pack

neu e-bostiwch info@artsalivewales.org.uk

Er mwyn ymgeisio e-bostiwch CV a Llythyr Eglurhaol i esbonio pam fod diddordeb gennych yn y rôl a sut yr ydych yn diwallu gofynion Manyleb y Person: info@artsalivewales.org.uk

 

Dim ond ceisiadau electronig a gaiff eu derbyn.

Am ragor o wybodaeth neu i drafod y swydd, cysylltwch â’r Cyfarwyddwr Creadigol, Rebecca Spooner ar 01873 811579.

Y dyddiad cau ar gyfer ymgeisio yw 5pm ddydd Llun 23 Ionawr 2017. Rhaid i ymgeiswyr fod ar gael am gyfweliad ddydd Mawrth 31 Ionawr, a gynhelir yn lleoliad Crugywel, Arts Alive Wales.

6 Sep
2016

CREATIVE NETWORK mini fund

 

Members of the Creative Network are invited to apply for a £300 ‘mini-fund’ to produce new work. We want to hear about your idea for a new project, publication, performance, collaboration, exhibition or body of work. There are no creative limitations.

Deadlines for applications are in March and September each year.

The next deadline for applications is 5pm, FRIDAY 31st MARCH 2017.

Download the application form and guidelines:creative-network-mini-fund-march-2017

March 2016’s mini fund was awarded to a collaborative group of three Creative Network members; Susan Milne, Katherine Sheers and Helen Watkins, to produce a new exhibition. You can read Susan’s overview of the project below…

————————————————-

 

TRACES EXHIBITION

THE TABERNACLE,  TALGARTH

27 May  -5 June 2016

AA1-2
AA10
AA16
AA17
AA21
AA31 (1 of 1)
AA32 (1 of 1)
AA35 (1 of 1)
AA42 (1 of 1)

The Tabernacle in Talgarth, a successful local music venue, was transformed into a gallery space for the duration of the Hay Festival. Artists Susan Milne, Katherine Sheers and Helen Watkins presented an exhibition that covered a range of ideas, techniques and mediums celebrating textiles and garments.

With the Tabernacle’s natural light enhanced by subtle pinpoint and track lights, the old chapel  became a quiet and meditative space in which to enjoy the work.

Helen’s beautiful linen hangings were coloured using a palette of plant dyes harvested from the surrounding landscape. The four suspended  pieces aimed to create a gentle space for quiet contemplation.

Katherine displayed individually dyed specimens of concealment, pinned as entomology samples and figurative works of finely stitched silk and cotton. Susan’s paper and fibre constructions, deriving from her drawings of garment fragments in museums, and ancient textile fragments from archaeological collections, were presented, museum style on  display tables with  lights for the individual pieces of work.

Approximately 500 people attended the exhibition, including visitors to the area,  local people and  visitors to the Hay Festival from the UK and abroad. The artists sold at least 25% of their work and there were expressions of interest for further exhibitions, sales and promotion.

The artists are grateful for the support from the Creative Network mini fund, the Tabernacle and the Hay Festival and also many local helpers.

Susan Milne, artist
Summer 2016

Photo credit: ‘Ann Dierikx Photography’

 

creative_network_logo-lrg (2)
Click here for more information about the Creative Network

15 Nov
2015

Winner of the Creative Network mini-fund…

 

This Autumn’s mini-fund has been awarded to a collective of nine Creative Network members who will use the £300 fund to contribute to practical costs in preparation of a group exhibition at Un Deg Un, Wrexham in April 2016.

 

Un Deg Un 3

 

Artists include:

Susan Adams

Morag Colquhoun

Justine Cook

Penny Hallas

Richard Harris

Jamie Lake

Chris Nurse

Tessa Waite

Philip Watkins

 

 

 

“The excitement and challenge of this opportunity arises from the diversity of our approaches: film, installation, animation, interventions in the landscape, drawing, painting, sculpture. Shared themes and interests at this stage include bringing the attention to small, overlooked places and things. However, rather than this being a straightforward exhibition, we see this as a collaborative venture through which we identify themes through exploring each others work and responding to the venue itself, which comprises two vast areas – one light, one pitch black. So this will be an opportunity for us to:

• develop relationships and artistic exchange

• share ideas and approaches

• produce new work and experiment with new work in development

• take elements relating to living/working in the Black Mountains to another environment

• foster wider networks”

 

Un Deg Un is part of a series of multi-purpose, pop-up creative spaces ran by THIS Project, based in a former retail unit in Wrexham town centre. THIS Project is a community of artists, arts organisations and creative individuals that support the arts and culture in Wrexham.

Developments from the exhibition will be shared on the Creative Network blog and we aim to work with the group to programme artist talks and events in the Black Mountains in 2016.

 

12 Aug
2015

Creative Network: MINI FUND

The Creative Network supports arts practitioners through opportunities for collaboration, discussion, promotion and training. The Creative Network is focused (although not exclusively) on the Black Mountains and surrounding areas and currently has 90 members including artists, makers, writers, theatre practitioners, producers, illustrators and photographers.

Members of the Creative Network are invited to apply for a £300 ‘mini-fund’ to produce new work. We want to hear about your idea for a new project, publication, performance, collaboration, exhibition or body of work. There are no creative limitations…

The next deadline for applications is Friday 25th September, 5pm.

Download a simple application form:

Word document: CREATIVE NETWORK MINI FUND sept 2015

PDF document: CREATIVE NETWORK MINI FUND sept 2015

Previous winners of the mini-fund have included Antonia Spowers, to produce a new sculpture for exhibition at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Penny Hallas, to purchase new digital equipment in order to experiment with site-specific projections.

 

creative_network_logo-smThe Creative Network costs £18 a year and offers a range of benefits. If you are not currently a member please visit the web page where you can complete an online registration form: www.artsalivewales.org.uk

 

For more information contact Rebecca Spooner, Arts Development Manager:

info@artsalivewales.org.uk / 01873 811579

News

Categories

What's On

Click a date to see details of events and classes

« Dec 2017 » loading...
M T W T F S S
27
28
29
30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31