The Digital Youth Artist in Residence (DYAIR) project, hosted by the Hamilton Claypits Local Nature Reserve, aims to broaden our engagement with youth and digital audiences. This project is supported by Heritage Lottery Funding, which also enabled us to purchase digital equipment to engage community members – tablets, cameras and webcams. This equipment will form an essential part of involving our community in creative activities around wildlife watching, recording and learning, amongst other activities.
Submissions are open to artists with demonstrable digital skills, between the ages of 18 to 26 who either live in Glasgow or have a strong relationship with the city. Experience undertaking artistic projects with a community focus is also desirable.
As DYAIR, you will help develop, run and curate activities particularly focused on youth and digital engagement. As such, your application should focus on demonstrating your artistic practice and skills, showing us why you are suitable for this role, and telling us a bit about how you would deliver the role outputs.
Deadline: Friday 18th June 2021
Where: Online and at Hamilton Claypits LNR
Duration: from 28th June – October 31st 2021
Offered by the residency: £2,300
100 hours work equivalent to 10 hours per week over 10 weeks at £23 per hour. The precise distribution of those 100 hours will be flexible and appropriate to delivering the tasks undertaken.
Engage with young people in the local area between 28th June and 31 October 2021 to deliver project outputs*:
A photo and art exhibition
2+ online film screenings
A short video about the Claypits
Develop HCLNR social media presence, website and online resources
Create content for our website
Enhance our Instagram presence
Develop ongoing online strategy
*Please note that the exact form that there is some flexibility to tweak the outputs, on the occasion that the applicant makes a compelling argument to deliver an alternate event to one or more of those listed.
How to Apply:
To apply for this role, please submit the following to email@example.com
· An artist’s CV and or link to your website, detailing your education and relevant experience
· Examples of your artistic practice
· The completed project proposal form
For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org