Siobhan Davies Studios are seeking movement practitioners & dance artists...
… who want to riff on ideas with us for a forthcoming programme called Both/And.
Both/And is a programme that aims to promote encounters between artists and local communities, acknowledging the existing reciprocity between artistic and community practices and its breadth. It offers time and resources to artists and people working for and within local communities to broaden experience and learning through mutual exchange.
We are looking for 10 artists of any age, and at any stage in their career, who:
Want to make art that happens in communities more visible and valued.
Want to talk to us about what is needed.
Want to share experiences of working within local communities including but not limited to:
- groups/individuals who share commonality in lived experiences, age or circumstances
- groups/individuals who could be described as vulnerable
- young people outside of their formal education settings
- care settings
A fee of £200 is available per artist. We imagine that this will include one 2-hour online group session, plus some emails/ communication before and after. We are also open to different needs and set ups.
Additional funds are available for access support.
The online sessions will be held on Thu 4 March and Mon 26 April.
Deadline for call out:
Mon 1 Mar for the online session on Thu 4 March
Mon 19 April for the online session on Mon 26 April
If youre interested in talking to us then please fill out this short form.
If you have any questions regarding this call out or the form please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put Both/And Artist Chats in the subject line so that we can forward your enquiry as quickly as possible.
We hope to reach as many artists as we can but of course we dont know everyone, so please do share this call out with your peers and community.
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