Fantastic paid and unpaid opportunities to present work in Bridgend in 2015

I am delighted to let you know about a range of opportunities for artists in Carnegie House- the new Arts & Culture Hub in Bridgend town centre in 2015. One of the cornerstones of the programme is a range of events and opportunities for performance-based artists and creatives. So please read on to see what's coming up!

Please get in touch if you would like to get involved and pass this message on to any other artists who you think might be interested.

1. Artists Gatherings-
5 free events throughout the year for artists of all genres to gather, network and initiate creative dialogue. Each event hosted by a different Bridgend-based artist.  First event to be held on 2nd March.

2. Scratch evenings
6 free events throughout the year. Each event will be aimed at different artforms, including performance, film, visual arts, and performance poetry. Each will be hosted by a different Bridgend-based artist. The first event will be performance-based and in collaboration with National Theatre Wales' event 'Scratch that Itch' on Thurs 29th Jan. Please get in touch if you would like to present work or for further information.

3. Artists Platform
A paid opportunity for performance-based artists to present new and original work up to 45 mins in length. There are 4 events throughout the year and each will feature up to 2 artists. Deadline for the first round is 16th Jan, so read the info here and get your ideas in asap.

4. Artists Residencies
A paid opportunity to take up a short one-week residency in Carnegie House in 2015. There are 3 residencies planned for the year, and each has a different focus, so please read the link below for further info. Deadline for the first round is 16th Jan.


http://www.bridgendtowncouncil.gov.uk/art-and-culture-hub/artists-r...

Carnegie House is run by Bridgend Town Council. The programme is supported by Arts Council of Wales and Bridgend County Borough Council.

Hope to see some of you down this way in 2015!

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Comment by Luke Bevan on February 1, 2015 at 23:59

This is what we want in Bridgend! So nice to meet you and other Bridgend based artists the other evening,

Comment by carmen medway-stephens on December 17, 2014 at 18:53

Exciting, looking forward to bringing 'Bara' to the venue in May.

Comment by James Robert Auheb on December 17, 2014 at 10:27
Brilliant! So good to see things happening in Bridgend!

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