Artist Residency @Kelvin Hall

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Kelvin Hall is looking for an artist working with moving image/film or a documentary maker to work with the Kelvin Hall heritage partnership staff team.  The successful artist will use their practice to create several shorts which would offer building Sports users the opportunity to learn about the collections held in storage within Kelvin Hall.

A building tour and overview session, which would explain what we are looking for prior to application, will be held at Kelvin Hall on Friday 2 December 2016 between 2 – 3.30pm.  It is not compulsory to attend this session.  Applications would be expected by Friday 9 December 2016.

Glasgow Life is committed to ensuring that all sections of the community, regardless of protected characteristic, can have fair and equal access to the range of services and employment opportunities provided by the company.  Applications are therefore actively encouraged from all diverse backgrounds.

Submission requirements

Submissions should be sent in electronic format to Jade Graham (jade.graham@glasgowlife.org.uk)

Submissions should include:

  • A written statement (not exceeding 2 pages A4) that includes:
    • An introduction to your working practice
    • What you hope to achieve through your residency
    • How the residency will enhance your creative practice
    • Weblinks to examples of previous work
  • An up to date CV
  • The overall budget for the project is £5,000.  A budget proposal would be required which would indicate:
    • Artist fee and total number of working days proposed
    • A breakdown of production/materials costs
    • Any additional expenses

Your submission will be evaluated on the strength of your written statement, the relevance and quality of previous work and performance at interview. Submissions will be reviewed by a panel drawn from Kelvin Hall representatives who will also make up the interview panel.

 

 

 

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We’re calling all of Scotland’s young creative minds – budding strategists,technologists,designers, writers etc – to show us their talents.

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Briefings: 28 November 2016, 6.30pm-7.30pm, Edinburgh or 5 December 2016, 6.30pm-7.30pm, Glasgow
Workshops: 16 January 2017, 6.30pm-7.30pm, Edinburgh or 23 January 2017, 6.30pm-7.30pm, Glasgow
Entry deadline: 16 February 2017, 12.00pm – Shortlist announced: 28 March 2017 –

Winners announced: 11 May 2017
Internships and mentoring: June-September 2017

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BAFTA Scotland: Career Close-Up: Production Design with Stephen Bryce

Date: Thursday, 1 December 2016 – 6:30pm

Venue: CCA, Cinema, 350 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow. G2 3JD

From sourcing credible props for a period drama to designing the artwork and branding for a gameshow, production designers have the responsibility of bestowing each set they work on with a sense of authenticity.

Across his long and varied career, Stephen Bryce has worked on an array of structured reality shows such as The Apprentice, Hunted, Back in Time for Dinner and Child Genius.  Stephen was also part of the team which won a BAFTA Craft Award for Derren Brown’s Apocalypse in 2013.

If you have a passion for all things visual, as well as a great imagination and the ability to conceptualise ideas easily, apply for our production designer Career Close-Up session today.

This event is part of the Career Close-Up programme supported by Skills Development Scotland.

This initiative specifically supports career starters who have graduated from college/university who are still looking for a break in the industry.  Sessions are open to a maximum of 20 participants, full eligibility guidelines and application forms can be found here.

Artist call out with Atlantic Quay- wall artwork

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Atlantic Quay is a business community situated by the waterfront in Glasgow’s International Financial Services District. AQ comprises three buildings with underground connectives, these interlink the quay development and form the foundation of Glasgow’s financial district.

The Clyde waterfront has largely been forgotten in Glasgow and AQ aims to turn attention back to the riverside, to make the most of the buildings’ outlook onto the Clyde, and to reflect the spirit of the Clyde back into the work spaces. The ability to walk, run and cycle to work and relax by the riverside are of real benefit to tenants and AQ’s on-site open space allows breathing room that is such a rare benefit in the city centre.

AQ is taking the buildings identity in a Nordic direction – simple, functional and minimal with our branding and colour palette inspired by Nordic aesthetics – clean lines, citrine yellow for the low sun and greys and blues to reflect the waterways. Inside, we plan crisp contemporary Scandinavian interiors to be enhanced by artwork of the same theme. In summary the underlying message in our branding, and in our musical note, is “Stay here with us.”

While being crisp, contemporary and professional we dislike predictability – think more edgy than the norm, more friendly, more forward thinking. We aren’t particularly corporate as operators and want to provide a creative, inspiring workspace for tenants to reflect this.

Visit our website http://www.atlanticquay.com and view our recently commissioned video for more inspiration https://vimeo.com/180911464

Opportunity

AQ is seeking an artist to create a piece of wall art within Atlantic Quay 1. The piece must be painted directly onto the wall. The area is a main route for those working at AQ to get to and from their place of work, and the aim is to enhance the area and make the environment more pleasant for those using it.

The wall area is approximately 13.5 metres in length.

The fee for this project is £300.

AQ will cover the cost of materials.

To be considered for this opportunity, please submit a proposal. Include your ideas in writing along with visuals. Please provide samples of any previous work you feel has relevance to this project.

Please email your proposal to mailto:Lisa@atlanticquay.com.

Benefits

Creation of the artwork also includes the following benefits:

  • The artist will have access to press coverage through our PR consultants with the intention of gaining exposure in various national and local publications.
  • The piece will feature on our website, magazine, brochures and other literature.

Timeline

Monday 12th December 2016                – Proposal submitted to Lisa@atlanticquay.com

December 2016                                          – Artist selected

January 2017                                               – Artwork completed

Please contact Lisa@atlanticquay.com to arrange a viewing of the space.

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Image shows passageway in current state.

 

Artist call out with Atlantic Quay: Atrium Art work

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altanticAtlantic Quay is a business community situated by the waterfront in Glasgow’s International Financial Services District. AQ comprises three buildings with underground connectives, these interlink the quay development and form the foundation of Glasgow’s financial district.

The Clyde waterfront has largely been forgotten in Glasgow and AQ aims to turn attention back to the riverside, to make the most of the buildings’ outlook onto the Clyde, and to reflect the spirit of the Clyde back into the work spaces. The ability to walk, run and cycle to work and relax by the riverside are of real benefit to tenants and AQ’s on-site open space allows breathing room that is such a rare benefit in the city centre.

AQ is taking the buildings identity in a Nordic direction – simple, functional and minimal with our branding and colour palette inspired by Nordic aesthetics – clean lines, citrine yellow for the low sun and greys and blues to reflect the waterways. Inside, we plan crisp contemporary Scandinavian interiors to be enhanced by artwork of the same theme. In summary the underlying message in our branding, and in our musical note, is “Stay here with us.”

While being crisp, contemporary and professional we dislike predictability – think more edgy than the norm, more friendly, more forward thinking. We aren’t particularly corporate as operators and want to provide a creative, inspiring workspace for tenants to reflect this.

Visit our website http://www.atlanticquay.com and view our recently commissioned video for more inspiration https://vimeo.com/180911464

Opportunity

AQ is seeking an artist to create a suspended centrepiece for the atrium in AQ1.

The piece will be a focal point within the building, which will become a tenant lounge for informal meetings and break out space.

The artwork will be a permanent feature and due to the construction of the atrium, it must be lightweight. The piece can be a up to 12m in length.

The fee for this project is circa £20,000 pending proposal, and will include production, materials and delivery to Atlantic Quay.

AQ will provide additional support and funds for the installation.

To be considered for this opportunity, please submit a proposal. Include your ideas in writing along with visuals and a demonstration of materials for fabrication. Please provide samples of any previous work you feel has relevance to this project.

Please email mailto:Lisa@atlanticquay.com for further information.

Benefits

Creation of the artwork also includes the following benefits:

  • The artist will be invited to host a viewing event at AQ
  • The artist will have access to press coverage through our PR consultants with the intention of gaining exposure in various national and local publications.
  • The piece will feature on our website, magazine, brochures and other literature.
  • AQ will provide advice and support from structural engineers throughout the period of the project.

Timeline

Monday 12th December 2016                – Proposal submitted to Lisa@atlanticquay.com

December 2016                                    – Artist selected

Friday 29th January 2017                      – Provide refined presentation

May 2017 – TBC                                    – Artwork installed

altantic2.jpgImage shows Atrium at present. Please contact Lisa@atlanticquay.com to arrange a viewing of the space