Opportunity: Bamboo Curtain Studio Creative Talent Programme

28th October 2014

Applications must be submitted via email by 30 November 2014.

This opportunity comes from Bamboo Curtain Studio

The Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) in Taiwan aims to promote cross-cultural exchanges by providing a meeting point for creative talents from national to international art related fields, for short stay or specific projects. BCS also practice and promote sustainability by launching art projects within the community to bring awareness about the environment, global warming and sustainable living.

Since 2009, Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) has launched a residency program. It aims to provide time and space for creative talents to do experimental works, outreach projects, collaborations or research. In 2012, we focused more on “Creative Talents”- projects that will bring out new ideas, concepts to the communities, societies and the world, without regard to the age, gender, race and nationality. This program will provide four artists (group) with either a free studio or accommodation space (a choice of only one) for up to two months.

2015 Creative Talent Program

Bamboo Curtain Studio will celebrate its 20th anniversary in the upcoming year of 2015. In celebration of this special occasion, the 2015 “Creative Talents” program specifically opens a call to artists interested in collaborating with our award winning Plum Tree Creek Project, an environmental and community engagement project that focuses on promoting sustainability.

To apply for BCS Creative Talent Program and for more information, please visit the opportunity listing on the BCS website.

Creative Carbon Scotland was fortunate to have Catherine Lee from Bamboo Curtain Studio at our June 2014 Glasgow Green Tease. Catherine spoke about their Plum Tree Creek project at the gathering- reflections from the afternoon are available here.

Image: Bamboo Curtain Studio


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