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Opportunity - DIY7: 2010 - Call for Participants












DIY7: 2010 - Call for Participants









Professional development projects BY artists FOR artists


DIY 7 is an opportunity for artists working in Live Art to take part in unusual training and professional development projects conceived and run by artists for artists.


Thirteen projects will take place in August and September 2010, which will be led by: Ania Bas; Bird la Bird; Simon Bowes; sean burn and Tim Rubidge; Karen Christopher; Alice Cutler; Abi Davey; Renata Gaspar, Ioana Paun and Tania El Khoury; Lottie Leedham; Martin O’Brien; Joshua Sofaer; Fiona Templeton; and Manuel Vason.


DIY 7 projects are aimed at both emergent and experienced practitioners, and take place throughout the UK. The DIY 7 programmes take many forms, with a focus on sound, writing, text, make–up, endurance, disability, ephemerality, photography, activism, tourism and folklore.


Applications are now welcomed for all the DIY projects.?

Application deadline for all projects: Friday 16 July, 2010.


PROJECT DETAILS:
http://www.thisisliveart.co.uk/prof_dev/diy/diy7_2010_participants.html


If you require further information about any of these projects or artists, please contact the Live Art Development Agency at info@thisisLiveArt.co.uk


DIY 7 is a Live Art Development Agency initiative developed in collaboration with Artsadmin (national), Colchester Arts Centre (East England), Duckie (national), Fierce (West Midlands), Forest Fringe (national), New Work Network (national), Nuffield Theatre & LANWest (North West), PLATFORM (national), Text Festival (North West), Whitstable Biennale (South East), Wunderbar Festival (North East) and Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Yorkshire).