Digital art commission, Spot On Lancashire
- Closes 10th March 2020
- Type Part time
- Salary Paid (£20k-25k pro rata)
- Contact Robert Howell email@example.com
Following the success of our first ever digital commission in 2019, with the acclaimed ‘Hit the North’ by Matt Wilkinson, our digital commissioning panel is calling for artists to pitch to create something completely new for 2020. This will be the second commission in what we hope will be a long series of commissions over the next few years. It also coincides with Spot On’s 25th anniversary.
We take the best available art out of theatres and galleries to people who would otherwise not get to see it. The plan is for the finished piece to ‘tour’ to libraries and village halls across Lancashire in October/November 2020. At the beginning of December, the work will be shared nationally as part of our new digital gallery on the Spot On website.
We have an archive of 50 season brochures, posters, flyers, photographs etc. sitting in box files on a shelf. Can you use this as a starting point for a new piece of digital creativity? We have no fixed ideas of what this will be, look or sound like. An artist may choose to extract elements or look at things more holistically. In some ways the archive reflects the evolution of rural Lancashire, of small scale performing arts, of design and technology over the last quarter century. It is up to you.
There is a fee of £4500 available. Full details can be downloaded here. The closing date for applications is March 10.