The Auxiliary Project Space
Sonic Arts, Emerging Artist Exhibition Award (Sonic Arts, EAEA)
The Auxiliary Project Space is an artist-led organization based in the Tees Valley. It is now seeking submissions for its 2019/20 programme in a newly renovated warehouse space in Middlesbrough, UK.
This award is aimed at emerging artists. Artists on the fringes and cross sections of artistic disciplines are highly encouraged to submit. Proposal that are experimental, challenging and involve a high level of artistic risk taking are also highly encouraged. Work may be either already completed, work in progress or proposed work. Artists are asked to include in their proposal an outreach aspect such as but not limited to: events, workshops, talks or performances.
The Auxiliary is seeking six proposals for three-week exhibitions to occur between May 2019 and May 2020.
Submissions are free and open to any emerging artist/curator/maker. The Auxiliary terms an emerging artist as anyone beginning a new art form.
Deadline for submissions is May 3rd, 2019
Successful applicants will receive the following:
Artists fee(s)/production budget of £500 for solo or 2-person shows.
Artist fees/production budget of £1000 for group exhibitions or International artist.
Inclusion in our quarterly programme.
Curatorial and technical support.
AV equipment (TBC with The Auxiliary)
How to apply:
Email a single PDF to email@example.com with the subject line: EAEA - Open Call 2019
The PDF should include the following:
- Project/Practice description (max 1 page)
- Description of outreach project (talk, performance, workshop etc max 1 page)
- Documentation of previous works
- Link to video/sound
Selection process will be carried out by The Auxiliary Project Space. Successful artists will be notified by May 14th. All decision are final. Due to the expected high volume of applications The Auxiliary will not be able to provide feedback. Please visit for www.theauxiliary.co.uk for more information about what/who we are.
The Auxiliary Project Space is funded by Arts Council England, Tees Valley Combined Authority and Middlesbrough Council.
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