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New opportunity for disabled and Deaf artists in the South East

Deadline: December 14, 2009, 5:00 pm

Call for artists

Dada-South and Artpoint are launching an exciting new opportunity for disabled and Deaf artists in the South East. This opportunity is open to artists at all stages in their career.

As part of the Accentuate programme, Go Public offers the opportunity for two or more disabled or Deaf artists to realise their work in the public realm. This scheme will work with the chosen artists to develop their concepts and skills.

Go Public is open to disabled or Deaf artists, but we have a broad interpretation of disability and welcome applications from people who have impairments, people who feel disabled or have ongoing health conditions. We will also consider applications from other creative practices.

Support will be provided for applicants to develop their applications and the chosen applicants will be given one to one support throughout the process.
For further information and to request a project brief please contact  [email protected]  or call 01865 248822

If you need support with your application, the closing date for requests is Monday 23 November 2009.

Final submissions must be received by 5pm on Monday 14 December 2009.