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Part-Time Future Makers Resident Artist x 4, Theatre Centre

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We are welcoming Expressions of Interest from freelance artists to become embedded as Resident Artists, helping us to shape the planning and delivery of Future Makers, exploring the depth of connection longer-term relationships can bring for young Future Makers, artists, Theatre Centre and our partners.

WHO ARE YOU?

We are interested in hearing from artists, practitioners and creative team members from any art form to bring their practice to Future Makers, including but not limited to: musicians, directors, writers, visual artists, poets, movement directors, designers, theatre makers, stage managers, technicians. Ideally, our resident artists will be based in Lewisham or South East London.

We are also particularly keen to hear from people from artists and practitioners from communities that are underrepresented in the cultural workforce. We have an Access budget to support BSL, closed captioning, etc.  First interviews and our drop-in session will be undertaken remotely over zoom.  Please note that we will support artists where digital access is a barrier.  

KEY DATES/ FEES

Dates: Contracts will run from 9th August to 11th December 2021

Artists Drop – In: Tues 20th July 4.00 – 5.30pm

Application deadline: Mon 26th July 12noon deadline for submission of EoI

Zoom meetings for selected Artists: Thursday 29th and Friday 30th July.

Second interviews: Monday 2nd August for second interviews (by Zoom)

Additionally, this project includes Future Fest: a 5 day mini festival curated by Future Makers (25th – 29th October) with support from the resident artists

Fees: The all-inclusive fee of £9,000 based on 36 days

(2 days per week at £250 per day x 18 weeks)

Please head to our website for full details and how to apply: https://www.theatre-centre.co.uk/whats-happening/opportunities/

WE’RE REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU.

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