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Artist Call Out 2 Commissions available for Young Artists

What I Learnt From My Grandmother is a community arts & heritage programme run by High Stile Projects in partnership with Great Dunmow Museum, Dunmow Library, local schools, Great Easton Sewing Bees and some wonderful artists.

We are offering 2 commissions to early career artists (aged c18-26) who want to gain experience of devising and running an intergenerational workshop in addition to creating a personal response to the programme themes.

We welcome artists from all disciplines; visual art, film, sound, textual, a mixture of some or all, or artists with a socially engaged practice. We are also open to applications from writers and musicians. We are particularly interested in supporting artists from diverse backgrounds, with unique personal perspectives to offer. We are also keen to encourage and support Essex based artists.

Two commissions of £600 are available. Each commission is for approx 2.5 days. The commission is inclusive of travel and materials. We welcome applications from artist collaborations or joint submissions of up to two artists who wish to work together.

We are offering mentoring support to the commissioned artists.

Deadline for applications: Friday 10 December

Online Interviews: 15 & 16 December 2021

Commissioned artists need to be available to devise & run a workshop & share their creative response in March 2022.

Please see the Creative Brief  for more details and complete the Artist Proposal form to apply.

For more information please contact Catherine Mummery t: 01371 859767

This programme is supported by an Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grant.

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