DIY 13: 2016 Call for Proposals

DIY 13: 2016 Call for Proposals

2016-03-04 Archive

DIY 13: 2016 Call for Proposals 

"One of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had in my professional practice."
Owen Parry, DIY lead artist, 2015
From Tania El Khoury and Abigail Conway's DIY 12: 'FAF: Female Armed Forces'
Professional development projects BY artists FOR artists

The DIY 13: 2016 call for proposals is now open.
 
DIY is an opportunity for artists working in Live Art to conceive and run unusual research, training and professional development projects for themselves and other artists.
 
We want to hear from you if have an idea for an exciting, innovative and idiosyncratic Live Art professional development project.

Past DIY projects have taken many forms including a week long retreat in a secret and unknown rural destination, a temporary biker gang in Cambridge, eavesdropping in Bournemouth, a workshop for assholes in Glasgow, a superhero weekender in Colchester, an Elvis Presley pilgrimage in Porthcawl and a lapdancing weekend in Birmingham. 

Between them they have covered diverse subjects of investigation including chance, plagiarism, archives, the weather, participation, ageing, documentation, sex and children, wage, masculinity, regrets, personal hauntings, gypsy culture and much much more.
From Zierle & Carter and Christina Georgiou's DIY 'Eyes wide open: Unearthing Fragments of the Future'
In 2016 we will support a minimum of 18 projects in collaboration with 19 national partner organisations.

Application deadline: noon, Tuesday 22 March with supported projects taking place between July and November 2016. Each DIY project will receive £1,500 support.

Some DIY partners have written specific briefs for artists to respond to, which cover an exciting and diverse range of themes. Full details are on the website.

1. Live Art and Home Live Art (National)
2. Live Art and Yorkshire Sculpture Park
3. Live Art and the Domestic (London)
4. Live Art and National Theatre New Work Department (London)
5. Live Art and DaDaFest (Liverpool)
6. Live Art and Remembering (Forest Fringe, Edinburgh)
7. Live Art and Tate Early Years and Family Programme (London)


FAQs covering all aspects of the DIY application process is available on our website

DIY 13’s partner organisations include Artsadmin (National), Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (South East), Chapter Arts Centre (Cardiff), Colchester Arts Centre (South East), Compass Live Art (Yorkshire), Create (Ireland), DaDaFest (Liverpool), Delfina Foundation (London), Folkestone Fringe (Folkestone), Forest Fringe (National), hÅb (Manchester), Heart of Glass (St Helens, Merseyside), Home Live Art (National), KARST (Plymouth, Devon), Live Art Development Agency (National), Live Art Bistro (Leeds), Marlborough Theatre (Brighton), National Theatre New Work Department (London), Tate Early Years and Family Programme (London) and Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Yorkshire).
"A brilliant constellation of on-going initiatives that inspire and nurture a spirit of experiment and adventure and that activates the Liminal spaces and communities of learning, particularly acknowledging learning as a life-long process."
Katie Etheridge and Simon Persighetti, DIY lead artists, 2015
From Eilidh MacAskill and Rosana Cade's DIY 'Sex and Children'

Related Topics


Your browser is too old to display this website correctly.
Please update your browser or install another modern browser.

Google ChromeMozilla FirefoxOperaApple SafariMicrosoft Internet Explorer
Download (DE):LinkLinkLinkLinkLink
Download (EN):LinkLinkLinkLinkLink
Suchen/Search for:LinkLinkLinkLinkLink