ArtFlicks

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Youth & Education

ArtFlicks supports emerging artists to create and distribute original content designed for social media platforms. 

  • Applications are open! Complete and submit your application here: bit.ly/ArtFlicks_Apply

  • Read the project Terms & Conditions here

  • The deadline for applications is 11.59am 12th February 2024

Eligibility:

Artists (Aged 18-24) can apply to create:

- Original work

- Existing live work to be digitally expanded/transformed

We won’t accept applications for:

- Performance capture pieces of a live show

- Work that already exists online

About ArtFlicks:

Through a series of online workshops, emerging artists including dancers, spoken word artists, poets, musicians, visual artists, combined artists, writers and theatre makers will learn how to elevate their practice to mainstream digital platforms and create original artistic work that appeals to wide digital audiences. Though the commissions are for emerging artists aged 18-24, anybody can attend the workshops.  

Artflicks will deliver online workshops and talks from experts including artist filmmakers, directors, social media producers and digital marketeers. The workshops will be followed by a unique commissioning opportunity with Rural Media  to make short creative content, distributed through the newly created Artflicks social channels including TikTok, YouTube and Instagram.

The first workshop took place online, Monday 27th November 6pm. Attendees were able to register their interest, learn more about the workshop experts booked in and the commissioning opportunities available. There was a Q&A, where attendees were able to talk directly to Rural Media about the project.

We heard from:

  • Lisle Turner – Theatre to Digital
  • Rachel Lambert – Literature to Digital
  • Sima Gonsai – Dance to Digital
  • Chris Hyde (1990’s Chris) – Spoken Word to Digital
  • Eve Sherlock – TikTok
  • Meghan Dyer - Catch 22

Missed it? Catch up below 👇

ArtFlicks is supported using public funding by Arts Council England

EQUALITY:

It takes diversity of thought and perspective to create innovative work. We are committed to equal opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability or gender identity .

ACCESSIBILITY:

We encourage applications from artists up to the age of 30 who have ever had an EHC plan in place. If you need any support in accessing the workshops please email info@ruralmedia.co.uk  

To view our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion policy in full, visit ruralmedia.co.uk/policies

 

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