Watershed is offering three makers’ residencies to research new projects at the intersection of craft, technology and culture. Delivered in collaboration with the Crafts Council, i-DAT, the Autonomatic research group at University College Falmouth, and supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, this is a unique opportunity to explore process and practice, develop experimental works and make new connections.
There are three residencies available, open to UK-based makers (makers can apply as individuals or groups) from all contemporary craft disciplines. The residencies will be hosted within three distinct collaborative environments in the South West of England: Pervasive Media Studio (Bristol), i-DAT (Plymouth) and Autonomatic (Falmouth). The residencies will support early stage projects that require critical, and technical, investigation and discussion.
Each resident maker/s will receive research, development and production support for their project and the residency will last for three months, beginning in January 2013, culminating in a showcase event in late March.
For more information on the programme and details on how to apply, please download the brief and application form below.
If you need any further information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with iShed Producer Victoria Tillotson on 0117 370 8872 /firstname.lastname@example.org
[Closing Date: 9am on Mon 22 Oct 2012]
APPLICATION FORMS AND CRAFT AND TECHNOLOGY RESIDENCIES BRIEF:
Craft and Technology Residencies Brief
Craft and Technology Residencies Application Form
Image: Ghosts in the Garden © Steve Poole 2012