Open Call

Open Call

Thursday, 16 April 2020, 5.30pm

Open Call is a programme for artists and arts organisations to develop and shift their practice and profile work on a national scale, creating high-profile arts central to people’s lives.

The purpose of the award is to support projects which:
– Are brave in the pursuit of creative risk taking and seek to develop the ambition of the artist
– Encourage discourse, provocation or response to place and identity as part of contemporary Ireland.
– Evidence collaborative practices between artforms and artform practice areas (cross artform)
– Demonstrate the pursuit of /open up opportunities for making work/collaborating in new territories of arts practice.
– Extend the reach and impact of a project, with a fresh and dynamic approach to public engagement. In this context, public engagement may refer to participants and/or audiences
– Establishes and evidences effect project partnerships, which may include high profile international dimensions and collaborators in terms of public visibility and resource-based partnerships

The Open Call application process takes place in three phases. Phase 2 is for those whose proposals have been shortlisted and invited to submit further detail of what they propose for an International Jury. A reduced final shortlist will be selected by the International Jury for interview for Phase 3.

Those candidates selected for Phase 3 will be asked to attend an interview and make a presentation for the International Jury (the jury will remain the same for phases 2 & 3).

Open Call is for projects commencing in 2021 and completing in 2021 or 2022.

See link below for further details.

Website

Published on 14 February 2020

 

Sign up for our newsletters to receive our latest news, UK newsreviews, articles, jobs and events.

To add a concert listing see here. For advertising visit this link.

 
 
 
 
 

Please note that some listings are added by third parties. The Journal of Music does not take responsibility for the content or accuracy of listings published by third parties on this site. The Journal of Music reserves the right to edit or delete listings. Click here to add a listing, login or register.