National Theatre Wales wants artists for two-week climate change residency

National Theatre Wales (NTW) is looking for up to 13 "adventurous and collaborative" artists for a two-week residency on climate change to kick start fresh artistic responses to the "most urgent issue of our times".

Egin is a partnershup between NTW and Natural Resources Wales with support from the National Trust, British Council Wales and Snowdonia National Park, where the residency will take place. The residency will draw on the landscape, social history of the area and insight from active local communities.

The call-out is for any Welsh or Wales-based artists who are:

  • interested in making performance in a variety of collaborative artistic forms including, but not limited to: theatre, choreography, live art, installation and digital practice
  • willing to participate as an active group member, collaborating on new ideas and sharing practice
  • at any stage of their careers – from emerging to established
  • able to demonstrate and evidence a genuine interest in sustainable practice, and the theme of environmentalism
  • committed to exploring the impacts climate change is having on our lives, and the world we live in
  • excited by the unknown and by the possibility of the new

Apply here. Download and read the Information for Applicants document below.

 

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