Offering emerging theatre makers the space and support to create new performance
Making Space is a residency programme supporting young artists aged 18 – 25 from across art-forms who want to develop their own theatre performance. The Making Space residency offers time, space and guidance, leading up to a work-in-progress presentation at a high-profile Scottish venue.
Who Can Apply?
The residency is open to solo artists or collectives of 2 or 3 aged between 18 – 25, interested in making performance work.
This can be across any genre: in no particular order this could be... devised performance, new writing or re-imagining existing texts, solo performance, spoken word, physical theatre, dance and visual theatre, contemporary circus [although aerial work is not possible at this time], live art, durational performance... and anything in between.
Any theatre maker can apply – you might identify as a performer, director, poet, playwright, choreographer, designer, devisor, live-artist, performance artist... or something else.
You will be:
Please complete the application form below and provide a brief evidence of your idea.
We accept written or video applications.
Equality and Diversity
We are committed to equality of opportunity in everything we do and want to make sure we are working with young people from a wide range of backgrounds. In order to monitor this, we need to collect some information from the young people we work with. This information will be anonymous and completely confidential and will not be used for any purpose other than to support our actions regarding equality of opportunity and for the purpose of statistical analysis.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss this further then please contact:
Lisa Williamson, Participation and Young Artist Associate at Dundee Rep Lwilliamson@dundeereptheatre.co.uk or
Laura Spence, Scottish Youth Theatre Assistant Producer firstname.lastname@example.org
If applying with a video application, please email this to BOTH Lisa Williamson and Laura Spence before the deadline.