We are seeking participants for the first iteration of 'The Sunday Skool', a new free art skool devoted to performance, and created for outsiders, subversives, transgressors and nonconformists. It is a twelve-week long course for artists and creatives working in performance and live art, and other experimental practices on the edge or in between forms. It is designed for those in the early stages of their practice (any age), those with experience in other art forms but who are beginning to work with performance, and those who are struggling to maintain a practice during the lockdown restrictions.
'The Sunday Skool' will take place online, using zoom, and is open to people anywhere in the world. Sessions will be delivered in English.The course will run every Sunday from 18th April to 4th July (12 weeks). Participating artists will be expected to be available 10.00 – 16.00. (GMT) every Sunday for the duration of the course.
Please contact Joseph (
) with any questions.
Please confirm you are available for the proposed workshop sessions, or let us know about your availability.
Please provide a written (max 2000 characters) or link to an audio/video recorded statement (max 5 minutes) which answers these questions: What are you pre-occupied with creatively? Why do you want to take part in The Sunday Skool?
In answering these questions we invite creative, poetic or matter of fact answers, and encourage you to think about your way of approaching art, creativity and collaboration.
Written Statement (max 2000 characters)
Link to audio/video statement (max 5 minutes)
This link could be to vimeo, google drive, dropbox etc. Please make sure all the sharing settings are correct before submission.
OPTIONAL: Please share up to two links to your work online.
These links could be to your website, vimeo, google drive, dropbox, soundcloud, social media, a gallery or performance space etc. There is no need to provide these links if you don't have any appropriate material. Please make sure any sharing settings are correct before submission.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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