Anything to do with Gypsy Life or Culture. Image: Barby Asante.

Create the national development agency for collaborative arts is delighted to announce that we will partner with Live Art Development Agency (UK) on their acclaimed DIY10 programme.

DIY10 is an opportunity for artists working in Live Art to conceive and run unusual training and professional development projects for other artists. DIY understands that the development of a Live Art practice is as much about the exploration of ideas and experiences as training in skills and techniques, and past DIY projects have proved to be invaluable experiences for project leaders, participants and organisers alike.

There will be two phases to this exciting partnership opportunity. In the initial phase this year and as a prelude to our full involvement in this exciting programme, Create are delighted to offer Ireland based artists the opportunity to apply for a travel grant to attend two of this year’s DIY 10 sessions. In the second phase in 2014 Create will become full partners and will devise workshops as part of the DIY programme.

For this Bursary opportunity, eligible artists based in Ireland will be able to apply for a €250 bursary to go towards travel and accommodation to enable their participation in one of the following sessions:

Workshop One: Barby Asante and Delaine Le Bas

To Gypsyland (with Live at LICA)
6- 8 September
A workshop exploring the personal and political in performative, collaborative and socially engaged practices.

Workshop Two: Jordan McKenzie

Look At The E(s)tate We’re In
11 - 13 September?
A three-day summit for artists held on a council estate in East London examining and interrogating socially engaged art practice.

How To Apply

To apply for Jordan’s workshop:

Please send a CV and write a couple of paragraphs about how and why social engagement is important for you and your practice.

To apply for Barby & Delaine's Workshop:

Please send a CV and an artist statement stating why you would like to attend this workshop and how you see this experience being relevant to the development of your practice.

In either case, send the email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. sending cc copies to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the artist whose workshop you would like to attend - Jordan This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Barby This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - by June 28.

Places are limited and successful artists will be notified six weeks in advance of the workshops. The DIY programme is open to the general public and Ireland based artists are more than welcome to apply for any of the 23 fantastic artist led workshops in this years programme.

For full details please go to: thisisliveart.co.uk/prof_dev/diy/diy_10_index.dwt

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