Deadline looms for Remote Control #2 applications

Artist development programme from BrĂș Theatre, Town Hall Theatre, and Galway Dance Project now in its second year

Remote Control #2 will be facilitated by James Riordan, artistic director of Brú Theatre. Photo:- Juilia Dunin

Remote Control #2 will be facilitated by James Riordan, artistic director of Brú Theatre. Photo:- Juilia Dunin

MONDAY MARCH 22 is the closing date for Remote Control #2, the artist development programme from Brú Theatre, the Town Hall Theatre, and Galway Dance Project, now in its second year.

The programme will run from April to June 2021 and will allow our Galway based artists to develop new work via online remote mentorship, engagement with in-person networking, and professional development events - public health guidelines permitting.

Applicants must be from Galway city or county, work in theatre, dance, visual art, or other media, who are interested in finding new ways to engage with audiences during this time of social distancing. This could include those working remotely with digital, site specific, soundscape or performance art, among other forms of practice.

Applications from artists from diverse national, ethnic, or cultural groups are encouraged. Remote Control offers €1,500 per artist, in-house workshops (remote, if necessary ), and remote mentorships with international mentors. It will be facilitated by James Riordan, artistic director of Brú Theatre.

Applicants can send a video (two minutes maximum ) about who they are; what they do; and why they want to be involved in Remote Control to [email protected] or by filling out an online application HERE.

For more information see https://brutheatre.com/remote-control, www.tht.ie, or www.galwaydanceproject.com

 

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