[NetBehaviour] Two 12 Day Residency Opportunities atAccess Space
james jwm-art net
james at jwm-art.net
Tue Apr 29 17:28:46 CEST 2008
I thought about it - and then I saw the word 'quality' and went into
a three-day fit of depression/angst that everything I do is crap. My
legacy for access-space would be bad, undoubtedly. I'd be like the
rotten-squidgy bit of an old potato to them.
Besides which, I've not got any ideas.
On 29/4/2008, "marc garrett" <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:
>Anyone else on here thinking of applying for this - we are?
>> Hello Jake,
>> Ruth Catlow and myself, are interested in finding out more regarding the
>> 12 Day Residency program at Access Space, which was publicised on the
>> Netbehaviour mailing list last week.
>> We have a few ideas on what we can both propose for the residency but
>> need to know a little bit more of the context and what more is required
>> before we apply.
>> Thank you for your time.
>> > Jake
>> > Access Space
>> > Two 12 Day Residency Opportunities
>> > at Access Space in Sheffield
>> > Artists, composers, hackers, designers, engineers and creative
>> > technologists are invited to apply for two short residencies of 12
>> > days each at Access Space for Summer 2008.
>> > Based in the heart of Sheffield, Access Space is the UK's longest
>> > running open access media lab. We use Open Source Software and
>> > recycled computers to develop creativity, community, skills and
>> > resourcefulness. We're a place for skill sharing, artistic endeavour,
>> > creative expression and collective knowledge. We also have exhibition
>> > space in our main room and small foyer.
>> > The ideal residents will have some experience using technology in
>> > creative projects however we are always open to interesting ideas
>> > wherever they come from.
>> > Residents will be selected from an open call, based on:
>> > * The quality and feasibility of the work proposed.
>> > * The availability of the necessary tools
>> > * The resources (skills & time) needed to support the project.
>> > * The compatibility of the project with Open Source software and
>> recycled PC's
>> > * The ongoing legacy of the project for Access Space.
>> > The selected applicants will be given an honorarium of £1,500 each (to
>> > include all fees and travel). International applicants are welcome to
>> > apply, although we cannot provide additional resources. Access Space
>> > will provide a small budget for accommodation and production. In
>> > addition, Access Space also has a modest budget to provide a technical
>> > expert to work alongside the resident if necessary.
>> > Each residency can take place between 14 June and 20 September 2008
>> > (12 days minimum requirement). Please note Access Space is closed
>> > between 9 August and 1 September.
>> > Residents will be encouraged to share their skills and knowledge with
>> > the Access Space community, by conducting formal and/or informal
>> > workshops in the space.
>> > Code and media developed during the project will be released under
>> > suitable open licenses such as the GPL and Creative Commons licenses.
>> > Closing date for applications is Saturday 10 May 2008.
>> > Application details:
>> > Please email a project proposal, a CV, suitable documentation of
>> > previous work and the proposed dates for your residency to:
>> > Jake Harries
>> > jake at access-space.org
>> > Access Space, Unit 1, 3-7 Sidney Street, Sheffield, S1 4RG, UK
>> > Tel: (0114)2495522
>> > Ref: Artists Residencies 2008
>> > http://www.access-space.org
>> > Access Space is working towards achieving diversity and welcomes
>> > applications from all sections of the community.
>> > The Access Space Arts Programme is supported by Arts Council England,
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