Wild Card Award

Website: http://inbetweentime.co.uk/wild-card-award/

In Between Time (IBT) in partnership with Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA), Fierce Festival, Trinity Centre, supported by Arnolfini, seek to commission an artist to make new work to premiere at IBT17 and tour throughout 2017. Wild Card Award is aimed at artists who engage with live practice and employ an experimental approach to process, form and audience. They are looking for UK based artists working across performance (dance, live art, digital, sound and visual arts; staged, durational, one to one, sited) with five years of professional experience. They are offering a fee of £2000, plus artists costs to premiere at IBT17, a fee of £1000, plus artists costs per partner venues if selected for tour presentations as well as residency opportunities to develop the work at Arnolfini in Bristol and Fierce in Birmingham.

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Expires: April 17, 2016


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