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British Council and Creative Scotland are inviting proposals from the Scottish arts sector to undertake projects with European countries. British Council Scotland and Creative Scotland are inviting proposals from the Scottish arts sector to undertake projects with European countries. Considering the changing context within the EU, the fund aims to support the sector with strengthening or establishing new relationships and networks and enable a variety of activity. You can find full details including a link to the online application form on the British Council Scotland website and the application deadline is 21 January 2019. For further information, please contact email@example.com or visit the link below >>>
Posted one month ago
By British Council Scotland
ALTOFEST 2019 - 9th Edition International Contemporary Live Arts Fest TO GIVE RISE TO a Human Regeneration 28th June > 7th July NAPOLI Residency + Program We invite you to send us your proposal [deadline extended 27th January 2019] Proposals may refer to one or more finished and already debuted works. Works must be original. Subject, contents and themes of the proposals are free. Proposals will be considered only if regarding Live Arts field (theatre, dance, performance, and their cross-disciplinary declinations). All professional artists can apply, with no distinction among nationality, language or age. Amateur groups are excluded. Artist will be invited to a residency to re-qualify their work, for five days. The work will be then open to the audience during the following five days. The presence of the artist is required for the entire period of Altofest, for ten days. Altofest ensures accommodation, subsistence, and a lump sum, follow the terms and conditions written in the regulation document, that you find beside the form online. HOW TO APPLY Proposals have to be sent filling the online form, that you find at the link: http://bit.ly/callaltofest19 Filling the form, you declare that you read and accept the regulations unconditionally. The form is the one and only way to collect the artistic proposals for Altofest 2019. For further information and/or questions, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org www.altofest.net ALTOFEST is a project by teatringestazione.com
Posted 11 days ago
Working in partnership with Swallow the Sea Caravan Theatre, Puppet Animation Scotland invites Scottish-based puppeteers to pitch their imaginative and dynamic creative ideas to us. We are looking for three separate short - solo and/or duo - pieces - each 12 – 15 minutes long - to run in repertory with three of the Swallow the Sea’s shows in the company’s caravan theatre for the length of the Festival Mondial Des Théâtres De Marionnettes 2019. The selected pieces will also form part of Swallow the Sea’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 run at Summerhall. These pieces need to use puppetry to a high proficiency, contain little or no text and be straightforward to set-up and take-down within the Swallow the Sea caravan space. Please contact: email@example.com to apply. On registering your interest, you will receive information about the caravan’s internal dimensions. You will be offered a 15 minutes time slot at a pitch event on: Thursday 14 February at Summerhall, Edinburgh, to discuss your proposal with Puppet Animation Scotland staff and the artists of the Swallow the Sea Caravan Theatre. Successful applicants will be informed by Monday 18 February. Closing date: Monday 28 January 2019, 5.00pm. Each of the three selected puppeteers/duos will receive a Puppet Animation Scotland Creative Fund award to develop their piece. They will expected to present their work in the Swallow the Sea Caravan Theatre during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 at Summerhall, prior to participating in the Festival Mondial Des Théâtres De Marionnettes. Along with a fee, travel, accommodation and per diems while in France will be provided, as well as a generous free ticket allocation for festival performances.
Posted one month ago
By Puppet Animation Scotland
Artists from all over Scotland and beyond are being invited to re-design Oor Wullie and his very famous dungarees for the world’s first nationwide public art trail across Scotland in 2019. Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail will see 150 sculptures of Scotland’s favourite son displayed across Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh next summer as part of the country’s first ever national free-to-view art trail, which will raise funds for The ARCHIE Foundation, Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity and Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. The Wild in Art event will unite artists, businesses, local communities and schools as it raises awareness of the work these charities do to transform the experiences of every child and young person in hospital across Scotland. Designs for the blank sculptures – which features a laughing Oor Wullie sitting on his famous bucket – are welcome in any art form, from traditional to new media, fine art to illustrations, graffiti, mosaic, metalwork and much more. The only limit is the artists’ imagination. Successful Oor Wullie designs will be presented to the event’s sponsors – local businesses and organisations in each of the cities – and commissioned artists will receive an honorary payment. The BIG Bucket Trail team are looking for designs that are bright, colourful and full of fun and flourish for this family-friendly art event. As each Oor Wullie will be sold at auctions in the five cities, original and conversation-stopping designs will ensure that, crucially, they sell for a premium and help raise vital funds for the three charities. Anyone from the creative community can submit a design – from established artists to those who are as yet undiscovered, art students, adults, children and community groups. Information packs are available to download at www.oorwullie.com with all the dimensions and details. Artists must submit their ideas online before midnight on 31st January 2019 to be in with a chance of seeing their Oor Wullie design on display during the 11-week free-to-view public art trail next summer. Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail is supported by DC Thomson Media and sponsored by Arnold Clark.
Posted one month ago
By Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail 2019
Dance Horizons is proud to open applications from dance makers and companies to present their work at the second edition of our EdFringe Innovations Contemporary Dance Platform. Please visit our website to download and read through the information pack or view it online. Ensure you have understood the requirements for your work and the platform then click the link to complete your online application. We require completed clear video footage of your work. About Innovations: Innovations was created with the ambition of championing creative innovation within the field of contemporary dance. Opening doors for dance artists and companies at all stages in their career to reach out and present their work to new audiences. A diverse range of artists have been part of Innovations events since its creation in 2014. Innovations has held platforms in the city of Chester annually and in 2018 opened its first Edinburgh Fringe Festival event giving artists the opportunity to present their work in the heart of the biggest cultural and arts festival on the planet. Innoavtions is also making its way to other festivals and theatres across the UK in 2019/20. Powered by Dance Horizons, a creative powerhouse for dance which produces this event and dance work for a range of artists and companies.
Posted 5 days ago
By Dance Horizons
Dear industry colleagues, Have you ever considered Mentoring? Would you like to meet our students face to face? At CodeClan we run a scheme where external volunteers like you donate an hour of their time to meet a student and talk. Volunteers come from various disciplines: development, design, UX, testing, product and management. Who will be your mentees: Hopefully you’ve heard about CodeClan and how we help people pivot their non-technical careers into programming. We’re very proud that within 4 months of learning they start jobs and contribute to code as junior devs. However, career transition takes a lot of courage and is essentially a plunge into the unknown. And that’s why our pool of almost 100 external volunteer mentors meet our students (usually a few students a year, for one hour each). Why do people do this? Our mentors talk about the joy of sharing their experience with people who are embarking on this amazing journey. Our students talk about the benefit of hearing a more experienced perspective and being able to ask questions ahead of their career change. Donate an hour of your time. Meet some interesting new people. Give back to the community. Sign up here at the link below >>> Thank you, CodeClan
The Kelpies Prize for new Scottish writing for children is now open! This year, for the first time, we're asking you to submit three pieces of writing demonstrating your imagination, style and range. Are you a writer based in Scotland? Do you have a passion for children’s books and an imagination to match? Then the Kelpies Prize is for you! We’re looking for emerging writers who are committed to developing their writing craft, their book promotion skills and their profile as a children’s author. The Kelpies Prize is open to anyone who lives or works in Scotland and has stories to tell! We’ve put together a prize package designed to help you grow and develop as a children’s writer, consisting of: - A £1,000 cash prize - One year of mentoring by an experienced editorial team - A publishing contract with Floris Books - A week-long writing retreat at Moniack Mhor, plus £100 towards expenses This year, the Kelpies Prize is all new! Please make sure you read our Guidelines and Terms & Conditions (available on our website) carefully to get to grips with the new submission criteria. We’re asking you to submit three pieces of writing which demonstrate your imagination, writing style, and range, along with a short form telling us a little bit about yourself and any skills you have that will help you to build a readership for your writing. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the link below >>>
Posted 2 months ago
By Floris Books
National Festival of Youth Theatre 5-8 July 2019 Ayr (The Gaiety Theatre & Rozelle Park Campsite) Scotland’s National Festival of Youth Theatre (NFYT) creates an explosion of young creative talent. It is the largest gathering of youth theatres in the UK and enables young people to come together, discover and celebrate a shared passion, offering them the opportunity to develop as artists, audience members and creative thinkers. With an emphasis on inclusion, education and collaboration, NFYT aims to remove barriers, teach valuable life skills and provide extraordinary new experiences. Your youth theatre group doesn’t have to perform in order to take part. NFYT always welcomes non-performing groups and public audiences who choose to enjoy what festival has to offer without the pressure of staging a show. Applications for performance slots close on 27 January 2019. Non-performing group bookings are open until 31 March 2019 or until the event is sold out. To book visit: http://www.ytas.org.uk/national-festival-youth-theatre/
Posted one month ago
By Youth Theatre Arts Scotland
Kalanirvana invites established and emerging artists,photographers, architects, writers, curators, cultural managers, performing artists etc for perusing their artistic exploration and experience Indian Culture, Art and its vibrant heritage to get inspired or to do research. To support the artists from all disciplines KIAR partly sponsor the Selected Residents Artists for city tour , air port pick up and drop and Local transport, cultural tour, workshop and art interaction with local artists. This Residency Program is part of the US-INDIA Cultural Exchange Program and CCC : Commonwealth Culture Cult ( countries of commonwealth nations ). To know more about US-INDIA Cultural Exchange, Benefits. The artists will participate to understand, experience and learn about Indian culture and art and it will be a exchange of culture in true sense during their stay at KIAR Artists Residency. The artists will be able to explore the world famous temple architecture dates back to 6th century till date and various crafts and textiles and hand made fabrics as well a true spiritual Indian culture. There are a lot of important places to explore in terms of art, architecture, craft, culture, heritage, textile, wild life , religious monuments of Hinduism,Jainism,Buddhism and a lot of delicious food and beaches to relax.
Posted 6 months ago
EIE is the premier technology investor showcase. Our annual EIE conference features Scotland´s most promising innovative, data-driven high growth companies, seeking funding from seed to series A.
Posted 3 months ago
By Informatic Ventures
Working with a number of colleges we are offering a fully funded digital skills course to ANY individual in Scotland (16+) We are keen to spread the word further and let Scottish residents and businesses know about this initiative. The online course is free and there are no catches. Hopefully this is something you would like to support and push out through your networks. We are seeing many people register and complete the course, whether they be a Business Manager who wishes to gain the knowledge in modern marketing techniques to better equip their business in this digital age, or a 16 year old who is wanting to gain another certificate to add to their CV prior to entering the workforce. The nationally accredited NCFE Level 2 Digital Promotion for Business course is fully funded – which means you pay nothing – it is completed through Distance Online Learning of approximately 8 weeks and is available to any Adult in Scotland aged 16 and over. The course consists of the following units: Digital Promotion for Business Understanding Search Engine Optimisation for Business Coordinating the use of Digital Media for Business Coordinating Offline and Digital Media for Business Producing Digital Promotional Content for Business Understanding Social Media Measuring the Effectiveness of Digital Promotional Activity for Business The online course is easy to use and simple to follow and learning can take place at a learner’s own leisure. So all you need to decide now is whether you are interested in furthering your career, enhancing your job prospects or wish to aid your company in being more profitable There are only 2 key requirements in order to be eligible for the full funding of the course: Learner must be over 16 years of age & Must be a resident of Scotland & have resided within any EU country over the last 3 years To register for the course, it is a simple process. All we require is each learners go ahead and the following details: Full Name Of Each Learner: Contact Email Address of Each learner: Contact Number Of Each Learner: Places and funding are limited and for more information about this offer please visit https://www.digitalskillsscotland.co.uk/individual-learners/digital-marketing/ or telephone 0800 254 50 51 or email email@example.com
Posted 4 months ago
By Digital Skills Scotland
Featuring the best short films of 2019 at international film festivals We're screening 8 nights of short film at cinemas across Edinburgh in 2019 Presenting awards and trophies for the best films selected by our jury for Best Film, & Best Animation & Best Scottish Short! This year, we're also excited to be programming films and film partnerships for our 2019 partners: DC Independent Film Festival (Washington) The Adriatic Film Festival The Sardinia Film Festival Fastnet Film Festival Firenze FilmCorti (Florence) Puppet Animation Scotland Edinburgh Printmakers Max Length 25 minutes, international films welcomed, all genres eligible. Open for entries online https://www.edinburghshortfilmfestival.com/call-for-entries-2019/
Posted 17 days ago
By Edinburgh Short Film Festival
Designers and illustrators based in Scotland are asked to submit five illustrations for a children's book on the theme of fables for a chance to win a prize package including a publishing deal. Are you an artist or illustrator based in Scotland? Do youlove children’s books? Then the Kelpies Illustration Prize is for you! We’re looking for imaginative and talented illustrators based in Scotland with a passion for children’s books. Sound like you? Keep reading! We’ve put together a brilliant prize package, designed to support your development as a children’s book illustrator, which includes the following: - A £1,000 cash prize - One year of mentoring by an experienced design team - A publishing contract with Floris Books for an illustrated project - A ticket to the Picture Hooks 2019 conference, plus £100 towards expenses You’ll find full details of what’s on offer in our Terms & Conditions (available on our website). This year, the Kelpies Illustration Prize is all new! Please make sure you read our Guidelines and Terms & Conditions (available on our website) carefully to get to grips with the new submission criteria. This year, we’re asking you to submit five illustrations for a children’s book on the theme of fables. The judges will be looking for imaginative interpretations, dynamic compositions and fully realised characters – both human and animal. You might find inspiration from existing fables from around the world, or new fables that you’ve created. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the link below >>>
Posted 2 months ago
By Floris Books
We are producing a large scale community project for 2020 and looking for artists from all genres who would be interested in being part of it. We are beginning to talk to people and are receiving expressions of interest
Posted 3 months ago
By Cutting Edge Theatre
- This year manipulate is recruiting a Festival Film & Photography Placement to play a key role in the delivery of the 2018 Festival’s online marketing campaign, capturing and documenting the festival. This is an opportunity that encourages creativity through images and film. Whilst the applicant will be working closely with the marketing team to produce promotional material, the output is to focus on the development of a unique individual take on the festival, to help nurture an emerging creative style. The applicant will receive: A daily stipend of £20 per day All travel reimbursed Complimentary tickets to performances and screenings during the festival An opportunity to meet and network with the artists and ongoing support from the manipulate team 1-2-1 mentoring sessions with our Festival Photographer Jassy Earl An opportunity to build new contacts in visual theatre, add to your portfolio and gain professional experience within a festival context. We require a couple of hours of your time before and after the festival for inductions and evaluations. During the festival we require you to be available full-time. We will, wherever possible, work around your existing work obligations.
Posted one year ago
By Manipulate Festival