SYNC.SW - SouthWest Moving Image Collaboration and Opportunities Network
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Deadline Friday 11 May 2018
SYNC.SW ("Sync-South-West") is a free Arts Council supported platform for creation, collaboration, and opportunities within filmmaking and moving image in the South West.
As well as shining a spotlight on exciting creatives, we're going to be offering our own exclusive opportunities and shouting about other people's across the region.
Whether you're into filmmaking, music, performance, illustration, animation, post production (or anything else creative) we want you to be part of the SYNC.SW creative community by joining our Facebook Group.
We also host weekly 'SYNC Spotlights' on our website; highlighting young SW creatives and the amazing work they do.
So if you’re a young creative (or collective) with work to show, all you need to do is apply via our website and if we like your work or your story enough, you'll receive an interview feature and write-up on SYNC.SW all centred around you and your brilliant work! This is a great chance to show off; to get seen by likeminded creatives and potential collaborators, so get involved!
31 Jul 2017
Submissions are now being accepted for Black Swan's prestigious Art 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.
11 Aug 2017
New Approaches is a development programme supported by Creative Skillset.
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
04 Oct 2017
01 Nov 2017
Plymouth Arts Centre is inviting artists to apply for a lengthy residency from 20th of November until 18th March 2018 in the Batter Street studio.
20 Nov 2017
Hauser & Wirth Somerset seeks Assistant to Director. This position requires great attention to detail, organisation, discretion and a good understanding of the gallery world. You will be immaculately presented and personable.