[NetBehaviour] Call for Proposals - Artist in Working Residence Programme in Theatre and Performance

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Sat Aug 13 19:55:27 CEST 2011


Call for Proposals - Artist in Working Residence Programme in Theatre 
and Performance

Just a reminder that the deadline for this Call is in less than two 
weeks’ time. Please circulate.

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Call for Proposals

LIVE ARTWORKS

Artist in Working Residence Programme in Theatre and Performance

School of Arts and New Media
University of Hull @ Scarborough

About Us:
The School of Arts and New Media, University of Hull @ Scarborough is 
home to an innovative team of subject specialists working together to 
offer a range of degree courses in the following subject areas: Creative 
Music Technology, Digital Media, English, Theatre and Performance and a 
range of Interdisciplinary degrees. The programmes offered in the school 
are designed to prepare students to engage with contemporary art and 
media in the world today. Studying in SANM offers artistic and 
intellectual skills and experience that enable students to work in 
cultural and new media industries. See: 
http://www2.hull.ac.uk/scarborough/campus_departments/sanm.aspx

Call:
Following two successful residencies by Proto-type Theatre in 2009-10, 
and Reckless Sleepers in 2010-11 (the outcome of the second residency is 
currently showing at Flare International Festival in Manchester), the School
of Arts and New Media, University of Hull @ Scarborough seeks to 
commission a professional facilitator and/or performance artist(s) to 
make one or a series of new performances working with Year 3 students of 
our BA in
Theatre and Performance and the BA in Media Performance. We are looking 
for an experienced contemporary performance practitioner or company, 
with a strong body of innovative work. Some experience of facilitating 
workshops is
required. Experience of teaching /facilitating workshops within HE is 
desirable.

We envisage this as a two-week working residency, which should result to 
performance work(s) of professional (or near-professional) quality. The 
performance outcome(s) will be presented to the public at the end of 
this residency, as part of Coastival, see http://www.coastival.com/ The 
materials and work methods involved should allow and encourage students 
to undertake a high degree of initiative and responsibility in 
developing the work further after the end of the residency, for touring 
to national or international festivals, as the foundation for individual 
artistic practice or for funding a graduate company.

The residence will be hosted within the University of Hull's Scarborough 
campus. Our facilities include three professional, flexible 
workshop/performance venues of up to 80 capacity, a workshop studio and 
other facilities that can be booked according to requirements. The 
venues are equipped with professional lighting, sound systems, 
computers, wireless broadband and projectors. Other equipment can become 
available if required, upon negotiation. The artist will be supported 
before and throughout the residency by the module coordinator and 
production tutors.

Applications are invited from artists based in the UK or overseas.
Short-listed artists will be interviewed by phone or skype.
Proposals by undergraduate students will not be considered.

The selection panel consists of:
Dr Aristita Albacan, Lecturer, Subject Group Leader, Theatre & Performance
Dr Maria Chatzichristodoulou, Lecturer, Module Coordinator, Director of 
PG Studies
Neill Warhurst, Performance Production Tutor, Departmental Resources 
Coordinator
Linda Hockley, Head, School of Arts and New Media

The working residency will take place from the 20th February till the 
4th of March 2012. The dates are non negotiable.

The selected artist will be expected to:
* Be in consultation with the Module Coordinator prior to the beginning 
of the residency in order to develop materials and agree on methods 
employed for the workshop delivery.
* Deliver appropriate materials prior to the beginning of the residency, 
so that the students can be adequately prepared for the intensive sessions.
* Deliver 36 hours of workshop time during a two-week residency, which 
will result to outcomes as described above.
* Support the students for the presentation of these outcomes to public 
audiences in Scarborough, as a Coastival-branded event, at the end of 
the two weeks residency.

Budget:

Artist's fee (inclusive of expenses such as travel, accommodation and 
per diem): £4,000 [non-EU applicants will also need to cover work permit 
expenses from this fee]

Production budget for Scarborough presentation: £500

The resident artist will also be supported by SANM staff and will have 
access to SANM's facilities and equipment.

How to apply:

Please send a proposal to Maria Chatzichristodoulou at 
M.Chatzi at hull.ac.uk <mailto:M.Chatzi at hull.ac.uk>

Or by post at:
School of Arts and New Media
University of Hull, Scarborough Campus
Filey Road
Scarborough
North Yorkshire
YO11 3AZ

Your proposal should include:
* 500-1,000-word summary of the project and the intended outcome(s)
* 300-500-word description of the methods you intend to employ in order 
to achieve intended outcome(s)
* Relevant visual documentation (if available)
* CV (please state experience as workshop facilitator, experience of 
teaching in Higher Education and whether you have a recent CRB check)
* Name and contact details of two referees (preferably one would be 
based in an academic setting)
* Selected visual documentation of past projects

For visual documentation: please restrict image numbers to 10 max. and 
showreel duration to 20mins max. DVDs should either be region free or 
encoded for region 2.

Deadline for Submissions: Friday 26 August 2011, 17:00.

Please note: The appointment is on a freelance basis and all fees are 
inclusive of VAT

Selection Criteria:

The residency is aimed at supporting a professional performance 
artist(s) or facilitator and is not restricted by media.

Particular attention will be given to:
a) how the artist intends to engage with the students
b) the originality of the proposed project and outcomes
c) the methods proposed for supporting the students to furthering their 
practice
d) the relevance of the proposed project in line with our curriculum
e) how the artist intends to use this opportunity to inform /advance 
his/her professional practice

Each application will be considered on its own merit against the stated 
criteria.

For enquiries please feel free to email Dr Maria Chatzichristodoulou at 
<M.Chatzi at hull.ac.uk>, or call +44(0) 1723 357334 after the 18th of August.

Please note that the student-related performance outcome(s) of this 
working residency are property of SANM. Excerpts of the process and 
outcomes can be recorded and used for the promotion and dissemination 
purposes of the School
whereas the performance work(s) can be submitted to international festivals.

The Scarborough campus of the University of Hull is fully accessible.

-- 
Dr Maria Chatzichristodoulou [aka Maria X]
Director of Postgraduate Studies - Lecturer in Theatre and Performance - 
School of Arts and New Media - The University of Hull @ Scarborough - 
Filey Road, Scarborough - YO11 3AZ




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