£3k available to develop Gaelic Arts projects

  • Grants and Funding
  • Glasgow
  • 30/01/2022
  • Grants and Funding
  • Glasgow
  • 30/01/2022

Website Glasgow Life

£3k ri fhaighinn gus na pròiseactan Ealain Ghàidhlig agaibh a
leasachadh!
Gairm airson Luchd-ealain is Buidhnean a tha ag obair ann an co-theacsan Gàidhlig
Ceann-latha airson tagraidhean: Didòmhnaich 30 Faoilleach 2022

£3k available to develop your Gaelic Arts projects!
Call-out for Artists & Organisations working in Gaelic Contexts
Application deadline: Sunday 30 January 2022

Anns na beagan bhliadhnaichean a dh’fhalbh tha àite cudromach air a bhith aig Glaschu Beò a thaobh obair a chruthachadh agus a leasachadh do luchd-ealain eadar-dhealaichte aig a bheil ùidh ann an dòighean deuchainneach a chleachdadh a thaobh ealain Ghàidhlig. A-nis airson a’ cheathramh turais, tha GUIR!, am prògram brosnachaidh le modal co-obrachail gus obair ùr Ghàidhlig a leasachadh thar caochladh chuspairean, a’ toirt cuireadh do luchd-ealain molaidhean a chur a-steach airson pàirt a ghabhail san sgeama. Tha e na chothrom sgrùdadh agus leasachadh a dhèanamh air cleachdaidhean agus foirmean Ealain Ghàidhlig aig ìrean tràtha de leasachadh pròiseict. Stèidhichte air muinntireas ionann ri 3 seachdainean làn-ùine no 6 seachdainean pàirt-ùine, le prògram-bogaidh air Cultar na Gàidhlig, is e cothrom inntinneach a tha seo gus beachdan ùra, dùbhlanach agus aig fìor thoiseach an leasachaidh a thoirt air adhart chun ath cheum.

Tuilleadh fiosrachaidh (Glaschu)>

In recent years Glasgow Life has played an important role in creating and developing work for diverse artists interested in experimental approaches to Gaelic artforms. Now in its fourth incarnation, GUIR!, the incubator programme which incorporates a collaborative model to develop new Gaelic work across disciplines, is inviting artists to submit proposals to participate in the scheme. It is an opportunity to research and develop Gaelic Art practices and forms in the early stages of project development. Based on the equivalent of a 3 week full time residency or a 6 week part-time period, with a Gaelic Cultural immersion learning programme, this is an exciting opportunity to develop new, challenging and embryonic ideas to the next stage of development.

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GUIR! Call Out for Artists and Organisations

Read this call-out in Gaelic

Tuilleadh fiosrachaidh (Glaschu)

GUIR! Gairm airson Luchd-ealain is Buidhnean

£3k available to develop your Gaelic Arts projects: Call-out for Artists & Organisations working in Gaelic Contexts. Application deadline: Sunday 30 January 2022

In recent years Glasgow Life has played an important role in creating and developing work for diverse artists interested in experimental approaches to Gaelic artforms.  Now in its fourth incarnation, GUIR!, the incubator programme which incorporates a collaborative model to develop new Gaelic work across disciplines, is inviting artists to submit proposals to participate in the scheme. It is an opportunity to research and develop Gaelic Art practices and forms in the early stages of project development.   Based on the equivalent of a 3 week full time residency or a 6 week part-time  period, with a Gaelic Cultural immersion learning programme, this is an exciting opportunity to develop new, challenging and embryonic ideas to the next stage of development.

We are inviting proposals for ideas that respond to one or more of the following criteria:

  • previously unheard or hidden stories from Gaelic communities in Glasgow
  • projects that open new pathways for creativity within Gaelic Culture
  • projects that encourage collaboration with other artists, organisations or the Gaelic sector
  • responses to the current context with the Gaelic vernacular, colonialism, land ownership and the climate crisis
  • projects from a wide range of art-forms including storytelling, ceilidh, literature, music, dance, drama, live performance, new writing, craft, film, animation and visual arts

To submit a project idea, please email GL.learningteam@glasgowlife.org.uk for an application form. The deadline for proposals is Sunday 30th January 2022 at 11:59pm.

If you’d like any more information or would like to discuss an idea please contact us on the same email address.

Successful applicants will be informed by Monday 7 February 2022

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