Creative Fellow – The Workhouse, Southwell
The Creative Fellowship scheme is an annual programme of residencies with The National Trust at The Workhouse, Southwell. The scheme is intended to support the production of new creative work, in collaboration with researchers, responding to this site and engaging audiences in its history through creative means. In 2017 they want to focus on ‘sickness and health’. They are looking for artists with capacity to produce work that is both site responsive, but has the potential to be shared with audiences more widely, and where collaboration and participation is an embedded part of their creative practice. It is anticipated that the Creative Fellow will work over 20 days between January and October 2017 researching, developing and producing a new work culminating in a public event in October 2017 and other outputs, as appropriate to the piece created. The total budget available to include fees, expenses and production costs is £15,000.
Expires: October 10, 2016
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