Call for filmpro online commissions for disabled artists and mentors
During lockdown creative production and exhibition has necessarily been moving onto online platforms. For some people it has been an easy transition, but many artists and audiences have found the experience either overwhelming or excluding.In response, filmpro will support the development and delivery of 4 commissions for self-defining disabled emerging artists. These commissions will address the barriers that disabled artists face when producing work for online exhibition. Each emerging artist will be matched with a mentor – an expert in digital creative work. The artist (or curator / tech developer for #4) will receive £1,534 to include fees and production costs. The mentor will be paid for the equivalent of 5 days work at a rate of £236 / day, including all expenses. There is an additional allowance to help meet the access requirements of both the emerging artist (or curator / tech developer for #4) and the mentor.
Expires: July 5, 2020
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