OPEN CALL: The Collective Studio 2019-20

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: The Collective Studio 2019-20
DEADLINE: Monday 8 July 2019, 10AM

We are looking for applications for The Collective Studio 2019-20, a 9 month development programme for early-career and/or recent graduate artists and creative practitioners.

The Collective Studio provides practitioners with affordable studios & workspace, access to peer-led training and development events, mentoring and a series of professional creative opportunities to develop and challenge practice outside of an institutional framework and generate resilient and imaginative approaches to creative practice.

The Collective Studio provides space to test out ideas and experiment within a supportive and critically engaged community.

The Collective Studio purposefully takes a flexible approach to its curriculum, providing a range of different opportunities to suit a diverse range of practices, with a regular programme shaped by and for its members.

The Collective Studio is open to all creative disciplines including: visual artists, curators, filmmakers, photographers, performers, writers, architects, sound artists, designers and creative producers/organisers.

The Collective Studio evolves year on year, shaped by its cohort of members. The structure for 2019-20 has evolved from previous graduate and artist development programmes and continues our commitment to artist-led programming. The Collective Studio is run by The NewBridge Project in partnership with Newcastle University & Newcastle University Institute for Creative Arts Practice.

If you’d like to visit NewBridge, look around, chat to staff members and find out more about The Collective Studio, then please drop in to one of our OPEN DAYS on Thursday 13 June and Thursday 27 June, 2-7pm at The NewBridge Project : Gateshead, 232-240 High Street, Gateshead, NE8 1AQ


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The Newbridge Project