East End Collaborations 2007 Call

The Live Art Development Agency and Queen Mary, University of London announce…

An open call for proposals for 2007's EEC Platform from graduates and emerging artists working with Live Art in London.

Deadline for applications: 23 March 2007

East End Collaborations 2007 offers a range of support structures for graduates and emerging artists working with Live Art and based in London.

East End Collaborations 2007 aims to respond to the professional development needs of artists who are at an early stage of their practice by providing opportunities to showcase their work through the open submissions EEC Platform (5 and 6 May) and to access information, advice and expertise through the training day Everything You Wanted To Know About Live Art But Were Afraid To Ask (12 May).

The EEC Platform will take place on in a range of performance and installation spaces at Queen Mary, University of London. 

The EEC Platform is an opportunity for artists who are working with Live Art to present their work in a professional context, introduce their practice to audiences, peers, promoters and funders, and receive advice and critical feedback through a mentoring programme.

EEC Platform participants will be selected on an open submissions basis by a small panel.

Artists wishing to apply should complete and return an application form by 23 March 2007 at the latest.

Application forms are available from:
Rose Sharp
East End Collaborations
School of English & Drama
Queen Mary University of London,
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS

Telephone:  0207 882 5196
Email: [email protected]

East End Collaborations 2007 is a partnership between Queen Mary University of London, the Live Art Development Agency, and East End Collaborations. 

The EEC Platform 2007 and Everything You Wanted to Know About Live Art 2007 are part of Joining the Dots, a Live Art Development Agency professional development initiative for artists across the UK.  Joining the Dots is supported by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and the Gulbenkian Foundation.

Documentation from EEC 2003, EEC 2004 and EEC 2005 is available to view in our Study Room. Archive information about past EEC Platforms are avaliable here.

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