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Call for proposals | From Access to Inclusion 2020

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Arts & Disability Ireland are calling for proposals for a unique European Summit titled From Access to Inclusion 2020 taking place from 11th - 14th May in Dublin, Ireland. The deadline for abstracts is midnight GMT/UTC, Tuesday 12th November 2019.

This arts and culture summit will feature three strands; capacity building workshops offered from 11th-12th May in cultural venues across Dublin city, a two day symposium in The Printworks Conference Centre, Dublin Castle from 13th-14th May and a series of evening cultural events.

ADI are accepting proposals for the following summit sessions:

Capacity building workshops: classroom, skills building or think tank formats which can be 2 hours, 4 hours, 8 hours, and may be repeated on multiple days.

From Access to Inclusion symposium: discussion panels, case studies, demonstrations and snapshots session types delivered over the two days.

ADI ask that proposals focus on themes such as; access services and programmes; aesthetically accessible performances, exhibits and/or visitor experiences; education, outreach and public engagement; organisational buy-in and planning; technology; and universal design.

Find more information and how to submit HERE

The deadline for abstracts is midnight GMT/UTC, Tuesday 12th November 2019.

From Access to Inclusion 2020, an arts and culture summit is an international gathering of access professionals and advocates exploring how to provide seamless, person-centred experiences in arts and culture. The Summit offers an unprecedented opportunity to exchange ideas and discover new and innovative ways to include and welcome everyone.

Just want to attend the Summit? Register your Interest today by HERE

 

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11/12/2019

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Open call for the Being Summer event! Practitioners across all arts, performance and cultural industry disciplines welcome!

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We are currently accepting applications from local, national & international artists & cultural producers for our yearly residency during Frome Festival in the Somerset warehouse, being summer, 05.07.19 - 14.07.19.

With both residential & non residential opportunities, residents interpret what being human means to them. The opportunity is suitable for practitioners across all arts, performance & cultural industry disciplines.

Beinghuman is interested in innovative, cross discipline work with an inter connected ethos, that examines environmental or humanitarian issues & embeds creative ways of reinterpreting traditional wisdom for the modern world. Work that explores what it means to be human, right here, right now.

The residency incorporates master classes with beinghuman's founder, artist Gaynor O'Flynn. During the residency participants examine not only their creative practice but also their business, ethics & how to create a sustainable model for their work & life.

Each applicant must submit one work in any medium to form part of the being summer exhibition. Applicants also need to submit one idea to lead one afternoon session. It can be a workshop, happening, screening or talk.

At the end of the residency practitioners also co create work for being hungry a unique food & art happening with Sunday Times food editor & award-winning cookery writer, Lucas Hollweg.

Previous residents have worked across fine, performance, music, text & interactive art & creative disciplines.

The Open Call is curated by beinghuman's founder, artist Gaynor O’Flynn.

Deadline: 
06/15/2019

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£10 application fee, non-residential fee £250, residency fee £750
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Call for Contributors

Up to £5000 is available to support outstanding contributions from local artists, for the inaugural Festival of the Sky. The application form can be completed online here.

This application is open to applicants wishing to create a variety of projects for the brand-new Festival of the Sky in Cleethorpes. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from people based in North East Lincolnshire.
We are looking to support a diverse range of exceptional talent, and we encourage applicants from all backgrounds to apply. We are looking to support anything from art installations, performance and film screenings, through to active and fitness-based events, wildlife focused activities, crafts and making workshops. 

Two funding strands are available to support your idea. If you are unsure which Band would be best suited to your project idea, please email
artsassistant@fromthefields.co.uk.

Funding Band 1:  4 x £5000 Commissions. Suitable for NEL-based experienced artists, organisations and practitioners, successful applicants will deliver exceptional, ambitious projects suitable for presenting outdoors, on the promenade, beach or in the Town Centre in Cleethorpes. 
Funding Band 2: An unspecified number of suitable projects costing up to £500 will also be supported through this application. Suitable for NEL-based early career artists, workshop practitioners, sports and well-being-based activity leaders, craft and community interest groups. Projects based in venues or outdoors will be eligible for Band 2 funding.

Applicants to both funding bands will be required to deliver projects during the Festival of the Sky, on 6-8th September 2019.

About Festival of the Sky
The inaugural Festival of the Sky will take place in Cleethorpes on the 6th to the 8th of September. Supported by the Coastal Communities Fund from CoastNEL and organized in partnership by festival specialists From the Fields Ltd and North East Lincolnshire Council, the aim is to create a largely un-ticketed, accessible and engaging event.

Festival of the Sky will bring together great arts and culture across the weekend, with free performances, activities and workshops for festival-goers of all ages. The event aims to appeal to those who enjoy the outdoors, particular around activities and the environment. The main ‘festival hub’ will be situated on the promenade and beach, with additional pop-up activity taking place throughout the town. It will attract regional audiences, as well as those further afield and combine traditions around activities around seaside experiences with culture and wellbeing-based content.

We are opening the door to creative, innovative and engaging ideas and performances including workshops, live stages, lectures, stalls and film screenings. The festival is themed around sky, flight, environment and discovery, and we are particularly keen to support ideas that reference this.

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03/06/2019

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Call for Submissions: Crossings Exhibition

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This show addresses the changing essence of identity through the process of immigration. Our definition of immigration is not limited to the crossing of geographical divisions. We define it as the significant movement of a person through borders whether they be physical, emotional, social, ideological, and/or conceptual in either literal and/or figurative modes. We find it important to broaden the definition of immigration for this exhibition and include actions that encompass more than the literal meaning of the word to embody the full spectrum of the process of moving from one place/thought/emotion/identity/etc to another. We encourage artists to interpret this definition in their own creative manner.

Through this exhibition, we seek to create a space that brings together a variety of experiences that intersect at the crossroads of change and identity.  

Works in all mediums are accepted.

Artists can submit up to 5 works. Dimensions no larger than 4 feet in any direction.

Email high-resolution JPG images of work with a brief description to elsotanoartspace@gmail.com

Deadline to submit Nov. 20

Artists will be notified Nov. 25

The exhibition will be held Dec. 7-15th

Dec. 7th Opening Reception

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11/20/2018
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