Applications are now being accepted for our next Space/Time retreat, which will take place in Findhorn, Moray from 10-15 March 2020.
Space/Time is part of Magnetic North’s Artist Development programme and is a creative retreat for experienced artists from all art forms which asks the question “How does an artist keep developing?”
The residency aims to refresh participants through a stimulating examination of creativity. During the residency, we will question what creativity is, how it can be nourished and explore how artists can continue to challenge themselves to develop.
Led by Nicholas Bone and Alice McGrath, Space/Time combines facilitated dialogue - built around a series of self-generated questions - with time for individual reflection. Cooking and eating together is an important part of the residency.
This Space/Time retreat is presented in partnership with Dance North Scotland and will take place at Findhorn, Moray.
You should consider applying for Space/Time if you:
- feel the need to reflect on your creative practice in a supportive atmosphere
- have been working as a professional artist for at least seven years
- have questions about how to balance the pressures of work and life
- want to talk with others in a similar position
- need time for individual reflection and thought.
It is hard to describe exactly what happens at Space/Time, but watching this short film may help: https://www.magneticnorth.org.uk/space-time
Participants are paid a fee of £500 for attendance, we also pay travel expenses within Scotland. Food and accommodation is provided - food is vegetarian, in line with our Carbon Management Policy.
Find out more on the Space/Time page of our website here.
Photograph by Eoin Carey, taken at Cove Park in October 2018.