oprotunities: Outdoor arts + arts & climate change + DIY reminder

DIY 10: 2013 - Call for proposals (Deadline approaching)
DIY is an opportunity for artists working in Live Art to conceive and run unusual training and professional development projects for other artists.

20 projects will be supported from July to November 2013. Each project will receive £1,000.

DIY 10 is a LADA initiative developed with: Abandon Normal Devices (North West), Artsadmin (national), Buzzcut with Imaginate (Scotland), Cambridge Junction (East), Chapter Arts Centre (Wales), Chelsea Theatre (London), Colchester Arts Centre (East), Compass Live Art (Yorkshire), Duckie (London), Fierce Festival (West Midlands), Forest Fringe (Scotland), In Between Time (South West), Live at LICA (North West), National Theatre Wales, Norwich Arts Centre (East), Platform (national), The Showroom, University of Chichester (South East), Sound and Music (national), Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The Works Performing Arts Cornwall and University College Falmouth. Additional support from Create (Ireland).

More information: http://www.thisisliveart.co.uk/prof_dev/diy/diy10_callforproposals....

The deadline for applications is Monday 8th April, 12 noon.




Looking for a cash injection and industry support to help realise your outdoor arts idea? Then look no further…

Gone in 20 Minutes (Gi20) gives eight artists or companies a development grant of £3,000 to realise their small- to medium-scale idea or project. The winners will participate in mentoring sessions with Gi20’s partners and will be given the opportunity to present their work in front of national audiences and arts programmers at SO Festival, Skegness (7 July) Shoreditch Festival, London (13 to 14 July) and Stockton International Riverside Festival, SIRF (4 to 5 August).

Applications are welcome from all art forms including circus, dance, theatre, music and visual arts or a combination of the above.

Gi20 is a national, outdoor performance programme that offers development funding, mentoring support and showcasing opportunities for emerging artists to develop small- to medium-scale outdoor arts projects.

Open to artists aged 16+ based in the UK.

Download the application forms and apply via IdeasTap. 

IdeasTap is a charity that supports creative people through opportunities, funding, arts jobs and advice. Sign up for free at www.ideastap.com/register


Imagine 2020 Summer Lab

Supported place for UK artist on Imagine 2020 Summer Lab
With the support of the Imagine 2020 Network, Artsadmin is offering the chance for one UK-based artist to attend the Imagine 2020 Summer Lab, 5-9 June 2013 on arts and climate change. This opportunity is open to artists at all stages of their careers and who work in live art, performance, socially engaged practice or time based media.

The lab takes place on the island of Krapanj, near Sibenik in Croatia, and will focus on innovative projects that create a symbiosis between contemporary artistic production and social, economic and activist sectors.

The chosen artist will receive:
- train travel from UK to the host venue (Krapanj, Croatia)
- hotel accommodation in Croatia
- local travel
- all meals at the host venue and per diems to cover additional expenses during travel to/from the UK

Attendance at the lab requires a commitment of time from Tuesday 4th to Monday 10th June inclusive.

Deadline: 5pm, Tuesday 9th April 2013

email mark@artsadmin.co.uk
website www.artsadmin.co.uk/opportunities/imagine-2020-summer-labs

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