Call out for Expressions of Interest for Trust New Art / National Trust, Castle Drogo commission

Image Credit: Steven Haywood

07827081930
louise.donovan@nationaltrust.org.uk
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/castle-drogo

Deadline Friday 11 August 2017

Fee £14,000

This is an opportunity to be part of a unique and ambitious project culminating in the creation of new work for display from March 2018. We want to work collaboratively to help us develop the next stage of our exciting interpretative plans, exploring new ways of looking at and thinking about the architecture, design, craftsmanship and stories of Castle Drogo.

The budget is £14,000 and is expected to cover all fees including any production and installation costs, travel and accommodation expenses. The deadline for submitting an Expression of Interest is Friday 11 August 2017.

This commission will be part of Trust New Art (TNA), the National Trust's programme of contemporary arts inspired by our places, in partnership with Arts Council England. The programme makes contemporary arts available in National Trust places; builds new and diverse audiences; and offers new opportunites to artists to work in new contexts. 

For further information, details of how to apply and a full project brief please contact Louise Donovan, Creative Proramme Manager louise.donovan@nationaltrust.org.uk

Related Jobs & opportunities

Call for Entries for Black Swan Arts Open

31 Jul 2017

Submissions are now being accepted for Black Swan's prestigious Art Open.

FLAMIN Fellowship - applications open

11 Aug 2017

Film London, Arts Council England and The Fenton Arts Trust present the FLAMIN Fellowship, a major new development scheme for England’s early career artist filmmakers.

FLAMIN New Approaches - open for applications

11 Aug 2017

New Approaches is a development programme supported by Creative Skillset.

Learning Consultancy Services for The Box, Plymouth

18 Aug 2017

The Box, Learning Specialist Consultants Opportunity

21 Aug 2017

The Box, Plymouth (formerly the ‘Plymouth History Centre’) is an exciting large-scale cultural project designed to create a step change in the way Plymouth tells the story of its heritage and histories and that of the regions

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

Supported by: