Creative Health Residencies - Applications are currently closed.
Creative Health Residencies are cross-sector and grounded in research, combining theory and practice. They allow artists, researchers and other practitioners to work collaboratively and delve more deeply into questions about music’s place, purpose and function in the world.
We have a strategic interest in work and ideas that focuses on families, but your proposal does not have to be restricted to this theme.
We believe in an ethos of co-production, enabling collaboration with experts and those with lived experience from the very early stages of a project. We would like to see experimentation around different ways of co-creating work with participants.
What can you expect from a Creative Health Residency?
Support of a Creative Health Residency can be flexible depending on the needs of a project and its trajectory. It could be a handful of days over a few months, or it could be a week of intense working.
We provide an equipped space to work, accommodation and lunch on site, and we cover travel expenses. We may also be able to provide additional project-based support depending on your needs, e.g., mentorship, further collaborative partners or a stipend/some reimbursement for your time. You may apply as an artist, researcher or other practitioner.
What do we expect from you?
We expect you to be open, curious, and willing to engage with our organisation beyond your own work, for example this may include taking some time away from your project to meet with other artists and practitioners who are also working on site.
We have learnt that opening processes and work in progress to a small audience, when this is possible and relevant, can improve the residency outcome and gives our audience a deeper insight into the creation of new work, and so you may be asked to allow public access to the work that’s being undertaken. We will discuss with you how this can be done in a way most relevant to your work.