Open Call: Project Intensive
Project Arts Centre is now inviting applications for its new pilot artist programme: Project Intensive.
Project Intensive is aimed at artists who are not yet established in their careers, but who have a professional practice of at least 2 years which engages with contemporary arts and ideas – applications are welcomes from artists working in any artform. Project Intensive is about embracing learning as a collective practice.
Project Intensive aims to provide 5 early career artists with a toolkit to enrich and develop their practice. It will provide an informal but rigorous programme in which participants will encounter new works and new ideas, critically discuss their own practice and that of others, and build a network of peers – locally and nationally. Artists will also be offered the opportunity to work with a mentor and invite guest speakers to meet with the group. The detail of the programme will be shaped in response to the needs and interests of the group selected.
Project Intensive will be shaped around three moments of gathering in Dublin, Limerick and Belfast. Artists will be invited to engage with local institutions and artists and begin to think about their work in the national context.
Artists will be asked to commit to 6 days between 1 October-31 December. There are 5 places available. This is a paid opportunity and artists will be offered €250/day along with all travel expenses, subsistence etc.
See link below for further details.