SWCTN Producer Fellowship
Exploring the role of the producer in art and technology innovation in the South West
We are looking for a producer with an original research and development perspective, to be a Producer Fellow in the South West Creative Technology Network.
This is a fellowship to allow you time for deep-dive thinking about the role of the producer in art and technology innovation.
We are particularly interested in:
- How producers might respond to global challenges, and/or mobilise others to do so
- The opportunities and challenges of producing in rural locations.
You will be supported to spend time on your research and development (R&D) and to develop new knowledge to be shared more broadly.
You must be based in Devon or Cornwall.
The fellowship will begin in September 2019
The end date is negotiable depending on your research and your circumstances.
We envisage some sharing of your research by April 2020
9AM Monday 1st July 2019
Week of 15th July 2019
How to apply?
Please read the full call details (which provides a link to the application form).
We aim to be as inclusive as possible and work to accommodate all access requirements. We will openly discuss and tailor how we do things to support you as best we can.
If you would like to get in touch with one of our Production team to discuss and develop your idea please contact Kaleider Producer Charlie Tapp on email@example.com
All ages, backgrounds and disciplines are welcome to apply. We particularly welcome applications from BAME, LGBTQI, Deaf, and disabled practitioners, because they are under represented in the sector.
The deadline for applications is 9am Monday 1st July. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an interview in the week of 15th July 2019.
South West Creative Technology Network
The South West Creative Technology Network (SWCTN) is a £6.5 million project to expand the use of creative technologies across the region. The network is offering three one-year funded fellowship programmes around the themes of immersion, automation and data. The grant is part of Research England’s Connecting Capabilities Fund, which supports university collaboration and encourages commercialisation of products made through partnerships with industry.
Image credit: From The Light Of The Fire, Our Dancing Shadows by Kaleider. Photograph: Lily Holman