2020 Autumn School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice
For a third year, Create and Counterpoints Arts are pleased to host the School on Cultural Diversity and Collaborative Practice for up to 15 artists. Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing, we are hosting the 2020 School in the Autumn and virtually over four days: 9th, 16th, 17th & 23rd October. The new deadline for submission: 31st August, 5pm.
Directed by: Dr Áine O’Brien – Curator of Learning and Research and Co-Founder, Counterpoints Arts
Visiting artists and facilitators include:
Abdullah Al-Kafri, Executive Director, Ettijahat Independent Culture
Isabel Lima, Independent Artist and Director, The Gresham Horse project
Juan del Gado, Independent artist and Co-Founder/Creative Producer, Qisetna
Who should apply?
– Any Artist based in the Republic of Ireland who is from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic background, including members of the Traveller community, migrants, refugees and people in need of international protection who are in a position to take up this opportunity, will be particularly welcomed.
– Emerging, mid-career and established artists, based in the Republic of Ireland, who have a collaborative arts practice (working in any artform including architecture, circus, street art and spectacle, dance, film, literature, music, opera, theatre, visual arts and traditional arts).
– Undergraduate students are ineligible to apply.
Artists who are interested in exploring the questions outlined above alongside their individual and shared practice.
How to apply:
To apply please submit
a) Proposal (maximum of two A4 pages).
b) CV and/or Biography
c) PDF with a maximum of 5 examples of recent projects with short descriptions and relevant links which can include images and videos.
See link below for further details.
Published on 31 July 2020