[NetBehaviour] Fwd: Open call for Cumbrian Artist to create Digital Artwork
julian.lesaux at gmail.com
Sun Jun 18 19:13:46 CEST 2017
Don't know if anybody on this list is Cumbria-based, but if so this
might be of interest:
OPEN CALL FOR CUMBRIAN ARTIST TO CREATE DIGITAL ARTWORK, Signal Film
* LocationNorth West
* Artformfilm, interdisciplinary arts, photography, visual arts,
* ContactJoanna Roy joanna at signalfilmandmedia.co.uk
<mailto:joanna at signalfilmandmedia.co.uk?subject=Re%20OPEN%20CALL%20FOR%20CUMBRIAN%20ARTIST%20TO%20CREATE%20DIGITAL%20ARTWORK>
DEADLINE: Midnight 17th July 2017
Please follow this link for details of how to apply
Signal Film and Media is delighted to announce a new micro-commission
opportunity, as part of its year-long Lost Stations digital arts
programme. The micro-commission is designed to showcase digital artwork
by a Cumbrian-based artist, based on the theme of Lost Stations.
We are looking for an artist to respond to the theme of Lost Stations, a
huge network of disused train lines and stations that once ran across
Barrow-in-Furness and the legacy of its boom years. Now almost
invisible, these ‘Lost Stations’ reflect key moments in Barrow’s
history, serving as a metaphor for the changing fate of a town and a
ghost image of its past.
Artworks must incorporate the digital, but submissions may include film,
photography, sound, animation, mixed media or performance art. The work
will be open for public viewing for a number of weeks, or it can take
place on a shorter timeframe if they include a live element.
Artists will receive:
- £500 bursary towards production and materials
- An additional £500 of in-kind support including: 2 x mentoring
meetings, installation support from technical staff, access to Signal’s
in-house technical equipment and travel costs.
Applications will be reviewed by a panel including Loren Slater,
Director of Signal Film and Media, Phil Northcott, Curator, Bren
O’Callaghan, Visual Art Programme Manager at HOME, Manchester & Dani
Admiss, Independent Digital Curator, London.
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