Made@EU Creative Europe project: Call for Applications
Call for fully-funded residencies for artists, craftspeople, makers and designers to work with digital fabrication tools and processes.
Call for applications – Aims & Objectives:
As the second stage in our EU funded ‘Made@EU’ Creative Europe project, Plymouth College of Art are offering a number of subsidized residencies for creative professionals to develop projects that explore the integration of 3-D digital fabrication systems into their processes of design and production, to realize a new outcome.
The objectives of these residencies is to give selected applicants sustained access to appropriate traditional and digital workshop and technical support processes to enable participants to develop a project that creatively investigates the potential offered by 3-D digital ‘maker’ technologies and to explore how these new processes might integrate with their existing methods and workflows.
The residency call is geared to highly motivated creative professionals who will develop projects that exhibit innovative formal, technical, aesthetic, social, or economic achievements, within their form(s) of practice.
Application Schedule for the Plymouth Residencies:
The residency application process, and the residencies themselves, will operate within the following anticipated schedules:
Early December 2015: First call for residency project proposals
Monday 4 January 2016: Second call issued for residency project proposals
Friday 15 January 2016: Call submission deadline for residency project proposals
Week commencing 18 January 2016: Residency Selection Committee meet
Week commencing 25 January 2016: Clarification and confirmation of arrangements with selected applicants
From 1st February 2016: Residencies can begin
End of May 2016: All residencies to be concluded
Application Submission Deadline is Friday 15 January 2016.
For more information about the residencies, see Plymouth College of Art’s website here: http://www.plymouthart.ac.uk/latest/news/made-eu-call-for-applications