Are you an emerging artist with an interest in SOCIETY, SOUND and SIGHT? Fancy developing one of your projects with The Stage 100 Awards 2011 London Theatre of the Year? Does the following question get your creativity flowing fast: If art is the mirror of society, who is being reflected?
Bush Bounce is a unique chance to work closely with Sabrina Mahfouz, an IdeasTap member and Associate Artist at the Bush Theatre, to create and present a project that can be showcased at an intimate, inspiring evening at the Bush on Wednesday 14 November. This will be the second Bush Bounce event, leading on from the soaring success of the inaugural event in May – see here for the lowdown.
We encourage a range of projects by individuals or groups, so whether you’re a paper artist, guitarist, lighting designer, photographer, playwright or fashion designer, or part of a collaborative project that brings together multiple art forms, we want to hear from you.
Projects can be at any point of development – from an initial idea to a fully rehearsed or realised piece. Entrants must be IdeasTap members with active profiles, and projects must relate to the above question regarding the reflection of society in art and/or the following key words: SOCIETY, SOUND and SIGHT. We also encourage proposals with minimal costs attached.
Proposals will be evaluated by a panel of Bush Theatre artists. In addition to a free venue, the winner will receive mentoring, production and marketing support from Sabrina and the team at the Bush. Applicants must be available on Wednesday 14 November.
This brief closes at 5pm on Friday 5 October 2012 and is open to IdeasTap members aged 16-30 of any discipline. If you have any technical queries, visit the help centre. Late entries will not be accepted under any circumstances, including technical issues – so make sure you don’t leave your application to the last minute.
Brief image: Space hoppers at cutting room experiment by Nat Ireland via Flickr under a (CC BY-NC 2.0) license.
Follow this brief to download the application form