NMG in partnership with Artcore, Derby is pleased to announce a call for submissions for three Collaborative Projects. This opportunity has a focus on interdisciplinary research and is aimed at pairs looking to work collaboratively to develop and deliver a project together. We are focused on supporting creative research, interrogating processes of artistic production and how we can better understand and articulate the value of artist development.
NMG is pleased to announce a call for submissions for two Production Bursaries. This opportunity will support in the development of an ambitious and sustainable culture of production within the Midlands, by establishing relationships with project mentors and working with bursary recipients over a period of up to 9 months to develop and produce artwork to be exhibited at a partner venue.
NMG in partnership with University of Lincoln is pleased to announce a call for submissions for a Production Bursary. This opportunity is available exclusively to undergraduates from University of Lincoln’s BA (Hons) Fine Art who graduated in 2020 or will graduate in 2021. This opportunity will support in the development of an ambitious and sustainable culture of production within the Midlands, by establishing relationships with project mentors and working with bursary recipients over a period of up to 9 months to develop and produce artwork to be exhibited at a partner venue.
NMG is pleased to announce a call for submissions for three Research and Development (R&D) Bursaries. This opportunity will support recipients to broaden their understanding of artistic and interdisciplinary research, and ambitious experimentation, building confidence for artists based in the Midlands to invest in developing their practice now. Recipients will carry out a period of R&D between August 2021 – January 2022, with the opportunity to share or further explore work developed with NMG during a public event in January 2022.
Tirdad Zolghadr will speak about contemporary art’s complicity with gentrification schemes and the role it has to play in land grabs and urban development.
We are delighted to announce the NMG Development Programme Associates. Over the next 12 months the cohort will benefit from a slate of activity including mentoring, collaboration and professional development with a focus on interdisciplinary research, redefining collaborative practice and building confidence.
Suhail Malik will speak about how cultural and artistic production can no longer be concentrated in the 'world cities' that nonetheless use art and culture to sell themselves.
NMG is looking for applications from established artists and individuals with an interest in working in contemporary art, with an emphasis on creatives who have not engaged in formal arts education or are from backgrounds currently under-represented within the sector.
An afternoon of conversations and activity, which will provide an insight into artist-led activity in Nottingham. Together with David McLeavy (Young Artists in Conversation), The White Pube, 4/4, Chaos Magic, and the UKYA New Collectives we will consider what the artist-led culture of the city is and how this has changed over recent years; what the term artist-led means now, and how we embody it; and, perhaps most importantly, what it will look like in the future.