SPACE/TIME is a paid creative retreat for experienced artists from all disciplines that asks the question “How does an artist keep developing?”
It aims to refresh participants through a stimulating examination of creativity. During the residency, we will explore how creativity can be nourished and how artists can continue to challenge themselves to develop.
The residency combines facilitated dialogue - built around a series of self-generated questions - with time for individual reflection and work. It is led by Nicholas Bone and Alice McGrath.
Participation in Space/Time is open to experienced artists and selection is through an open call process. Participants are paid a fee to attend the retreat.
There will be two Space/Time retreats this Autumn and both will take place online rather than being residential. The first is aimed at artists and creative producers who are also parents or carers (applications now closed). The second is aimed specifically at experienced artists who have at least seven years’ experience working within the arts. We also have a further retreat planned for March 2021 and will keep the format of this under review.
“I now have a better perspective of my career and where I want to go. It may seem like a luxury to have this week but it felt like a necessity.”
Applications are now open for our Space/Time residency for experienced artists.
Closing date for applications: 5pm, 30 October 2020
This online edition of Space/Time is aimed specifically at experienced artists who have at least seven years’ experience working within the arts (this does not need to have been continuous). The residency aims to refresh participants through a stimulating examination of creativity in this new way of working and living. During the residency, we will question how artists can continue to challenge themselves to develop and thrive while living through a global pandemic.
Oliver Emanuel (playwright), Saffy Setohy (choreographer), Lucy Jones (visual artist), Marisa Zanotti (filmmaker), Quee MacArthur (musician), Simon Fildes (filmmaker) and Gail Sneddon (choreographer and filmmaker). Find out more here.