Open Source Collaborations is a mentorship programme for 18+ audio visual artists. Those selected will receive 1-1 consultations with their collaborator via Zoom calls and attend four collective workshops alongside the other selected artists and mentors.
Deadline: 10th November 2020
Are you an artist aged 18 +? Do you have a spoken word piece,
a radio drama idea, a pitch for a short film, a song you want to make, or just about anything? Then the Albany wants to hear from you.
After a successful first round in the Summer, applications are
now open for Open Source Collaborations: round 2, a project that links artists who work with audiovisual mediums (or make work which can be presented audiovisually) with mentors, who have the experience and equipment necessary to bring a creative project to
Successful applicants will be matched with someone from a
pool of artists and facilitators who will not only give you advice, but will help you take your ideas to the next level through both critical and collaborative discussion. Remote work has never been more possible, and engaging the creative brain when so much
of our previous lives are off limits is an unquestionably positive act.
Those selected will receive 1-1 consultations with their collaborator
via Zoom calls (though both artist and mentors can work extra hours on their projects if agreed and possible) and attend four collective workshops over four weeks (23rd November-18th December) alongside the other selected artists and mentors.
All created works will be around 3-5 minutes long, and will
be given a platform on The Albany and Foreign Body Productions online channels, as well as being shown at a virtual streaming event on the 22nd December.
Applicants must be over 18 years old and applications close
2pm on Tuesday 10th November. Applicants will be contacted by Monday 16th November.
To find out more and apply click here.