[NetBehaviour] Art Game Commission and FTP Cohort at Phoenix

Mateus Domingos mateus.domingos at phoenix.org.uk
Tue Feb 23 10:48:48 CET 2021

Hi all,

I wanted to let you know about two new opportunities we have at Phoenix:

Art Game Commission (Submissions close midnight Sun 28 Mar)
We are seeking to commission an artist, group or studio to create an art-game exploring ecology and the Anthropocene, responding to the Daisyworld Simulation<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daisyworld>. We are open to proposals that use gaming as a medium in its widest sense, however it is important to consider how the work could be exhibited in a gallery setting and published online, using platforms such as Steam and Itch.

FTP Cohort (Submissions close midnight Sun 14 Mar)
Applicants must be based in the East Midlands.
FTP Cohort is an artist development programme at Phoenix, focussing on the use of new technologies in arts practice. The programme will run over a six-month period, and includes training, mentorship, opportunities to exhibit work and seed funding for creating new work and making funding applications.

For the full details, and application forms please see the linked pages. If you have any questions or want to know more, email me. I'd be happy to talk.

Phoenix is an independent cinema and art centre based in Leicester, UK. Our art programme explores the creative and cultural impact of new media and technologies.

Mateus Domingos

Assistant Producer


Leicester's Independent Cinema, Art Centre and Café Bar

4 Midland Street, Leicester, LE1 1TG

0116 242 2800

mateus.domingos at phoenix.org.uk<mailto:mateus.domingos at phoenix.org.uk>


Phoenix is the trading name of Leicester Arts Centre Ltd, registered as a charity since 1989 and as a limited company

in England and Wales no. 02276987. Registered office: 4 Midland Street, Leicester, LE1 1TG

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