Create your new performance work with Tantrum’s Trajectory RESIDENCY!

Tantrum Youth ArtsTrajectory RESIDENCY is an annual program that provides selected emerging artists or groups with space, mentoring and administrative and technical support to undertake the creative development of a new performance work here in Newcastle.

The Trajectory RESIDENCY is the perfect opportunity to test and refine ideas, seek feedback and engage in the rigorous process of developing a new work, all with the support of Newcastle’s leading professional youth arts organisation.

In 2018 Tantrum will offer two residencies as part of the Trajectory program, and will show their work at Crack Theatre Festival. Residency Artists are selected based on a written application form.

Tantrum invites emerging artists 18-26 years of age, or in the first five years of their professional practice to submit a proposal for the Trajectory: RESIDENCY 2018.

We are looking for proposals to create innovative new performance work.
This might be:
Physical theatre
Visual theatre
Text-based or Scripted work
Dance
Performance Art
Multi-media
OR another performance mode you wish to explore
OR any combination of these

During the 2018 residency, Tantrum will provide the resident artist/s with:
Rehearsal/workshop space (equivalent to 2 weeks or 70 hours)
Mentoring by an established professional artist in your field
The opportunity to present a development showing of the new work at Crack X Festival (as part of This is Not Art) in Newcastle in September 2018
Access to office space, printing and wifi Administrative and marketing support
Access to sound/lighting and AV equipment
Access to further professional development opportunities through our Masterclass series

Applications close: Monday 28 May 2018
Residency dates: Between July – September 2018 (in negotiation with the selected artist)
Cost: FREE for selected resident.
Venue: Tantrum Studio, with a showing at Crack X Festival

APPLY NOW!

For more information head to www.tantrum.org.au.

Category: News
Region: Newcastle
Artform: Dance, Literature, Museums And History, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts New Media And Design,

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