Opportunity: Magnetic North’s ‘Rough Mix’ – Artist Residencies

5th April 2017

This opportunity comes from Magnetic North- for more information please visit their website.


Deadline: 17 April 2017 at 13:00

Magnetic North’s 2017 multi-art form creative development residency Rough Mix will take place in Peebles from 19th-30th June. It will run at the Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre and is open to both early career and experienced artists.

The residency is a paid opportunity for artists from any art form based in Scotland, the rest of the UK or internationally. All participants receive a fee and travel costs within the UK. There are two prioritised places: one for an artist identifying as Deaf or disabled and one for an artist from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background.

ROUGH MIX is a creative lab for early-stage ideas and practice development: a two-week practical opportunity for artists to try out new ideas or new ways of working. It brings together a small core group of practitioners from different disciplines and gives them time to start developing new projects in a supportive and collaborative atmosphere. The practitioners work together with a group of performers and two early-career artists over a two week period before giving a work-in-progress showing at the end.

The residency is supported by Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre and the National Theatre of Scotland.

Location: Scottish Borders

Full information about how to apply can be downloaded from the Magnetic North website. For further information, please contact roughmix@magneticnorth.org.uk

The deadline is Monday 17 April 2017 at 13:00.

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