Applications for Rough Mix 2017 now open

March 29, 2017 in All Opportunities, Composers, cpd, electroacoustic, residencey and summerschool by mwhiteside

Deadline 17th April

Rough Mix 2017 multi art form creative development residency in Peebles – call for applications to this paid opportunity
Magnetic North’s 2017 multi-art form creative development residency Rough Mix will take place in Peebles from 19th-30th June. It will run at the Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre and is open to both early career and experienced artists.

The residency is is a paid opportunity for artists from any art form based in Scotland, the rest of the UK or internationally. All participants receive a fee and travel costs within the UK. There are two prioritised places: one for an artist identifying as Deaf or disabled and one for an artist from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background.

ROUGH MIX is a creative lab for early-stage ideas and practice development: a two-week practical opportunity for artists to try out new ideas or new ways of working. It brings together a small core group of practitioners from different disciplines and gives them time to start developing new projects in a supportive and collaborative atmosphere. The practitioners work together with a group of performers and two early-career artists over a two week period before giving a work-in-progress showing at the end.

You can download information about how to apply from our website.

Introduction to Funding for Creatives (Glasgow)

January 7, 2017 in All Opportunities, Composers, cpd, funding, Opportunity, Other Opportunity, Performers by mwhiteside

Wednesday 15th February 2017
10am – 12.30pm
1.30pm – 4pm
6.30pm – 9pm

Glow Arts, Unit 8,
Barras Art & Design
54 Calton Entry
Glasgow G40 2SB.

Come along to our ‘Introduction to Funding’ workshop on the 15th February 2017 to find out more about where to find support, know if the fund is right for you, decoding the jargon and how to communicate your project idea to funders clearly

The workshop will cover the following areas:
Introduction to sources of support for creative projects.
How to know which fund is right for you?
Decoding the jargon.
How to communicate your idea clearly.
What’s in a budget?
Where to get help going forward.

The workshop will be delivered by Jennifer McGlone, who has been working in the creative sector for over 15 years as a Musician, Development Officer, Consultant, Fundraiser and Project Manager. She spent seven years working as a Development Officer for Scottish Arts Council/ Creative Scotland working on the Youth Music Initiative, CashBack for Creativity, Traditional Arts programmes and has assessed hundreds – maybe into the thousands of applications in this time. Since leaving she has been invited back on several occasions as an external assessor/ advisor to the organisations and has been working with individuals and organisations to support their fundraising bids.

Any questions get just email us at jennifer@glow-arts.co.uk

Tickets £30 – Limited to 10 spaces per workshop.

Book before 13th January 2017 for £10 discount – (15Feb17£10 – Code at Checkout).

Book before 20th January 2017 for £5 discount. (15feb17£5 – Code at Checkout).

Location: Glasgow City

For further information, please contact jennifer@glow-arts.co.uk (Jennifer McGlone), or visit http://glow-arts.co.uk/events/

The deadline is Wednesday 15 February 2017 at 18:00.

Free Sound Production Short Course

January 7, 2017 in All Opportunities, Composers, cpd, electroacoustic, Opportunity, Other Opportunity, workshop by mwhiteside

Academy of Music and Sound – Glasgow

Deadline: 13 January 2017 at 11:55

This program will give you hands on experience with Logic Pro X, microphones, MIDI recording and a host of other useful skills and knowledge that will help you in home recording or set you up for further study in sound production.

On successful completion, you will be awarded a BTEC Level 3 Award in Sound Production to evidence your new-found recording abilities and throughout the whole process you will receive guidance and support from one of AMS’ specialist trainers.

This course is available free of charge, however spaces are strictly limited so we recommend that you book ASAP.

Please note, this course is available to anyone aged over 16 years old.

The next intake will start on the following dates:

EDINBURGH

JANUARY SATURDAY CLASSES:

Class 1: Saturday 14th of January
Class 2: Saturday 21st of January
Class 3: Saturday 28th of January
Class 4: Saturday 4th of February
Class 5: Saturday 11th of February

JANUARY SUNDAY CLASSES:

Class 1: Sunday 15th of January
Class 2: Sunday 22nd of January
Class 3: Sunday 29th of January
Class 4: Sunday 5th of February
Class 5: Sunday 12th of February

GLASGOW

JANUARY SATURDAY CLASSES:

Class 1: Saturday 14th of January
Class 2: Saturday 21st of January
Class 3: Saturday 28th of January
Class 4: Saturday 4th of February
Class 5: Saturday 11th of February

JANUARY SUNDAY CLASSES:

Class 1: Sunday 15th of January
Class 2: Sunday 22nd of January
Class 3: Sunday 29th of January
Class 4: Sunday 5th of February
Class 5: Sunday 12th of February

For further information, please contact glasgow@academyofmusic.ac.uk (Thomas Sutherland), or call 01412214458, or visit https://www.academyofmusic.ac.uk

The deadline is Friday 13 January 2017 at 11:55.



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