Month of Making: May 6th - June 9th 2019
MAKERS // PERFORMERS // DIRECTORS // CHOREOGRAPHERS // WRITERS // COMPOSERS
working in and across all performance practicesDelve, draft, test, question, discard, run with or keep for later.
This month offers a place where rawness, roughness and risk are encouraged and where everyone’s work will be respected and supported equally
- 16 hrs of individual studio time (3 or 4 hours per session)
- 4 weekly meetings, with other artists facilitated by Caroline Salem either Monday / Thursday evenings or Sunday afternoons depending on participants’ availability.
- 4 one to ones with Caroline Salem (30mins each or 2 x 60mins) to support your work before during and after residency
- Final work-in-progress studio presentation for a small invited audience June 8th or 9th
Call 07871190500 for chat or e-mail Caroline on firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: £220. Weekly instalment options over 8,10 or 12 weeks; £27.50, £22 or £18.35
Deadline for applications: Thursday 18th April
Applications are welcome from individuals working within and across all performance disciplines and genres.
Choreographer - Director
email@example.com // M: 07871190500 // T: 02089865260
Since 2003 Caroline Salem has been offering a neutral framework for independent performance makers and companies. This combines high quality affordable space, meetings with other artists, mentoring and opportunities to share work in progress.
"My aim is to give artists working across all performance making disciplines (dance, theatre, music, circus, performance art) the freedom to take control of their process.
The framework is adaptable allowing artists to sustain their creative work whilst also being teachers, performers, writers, etc. It proposes that a continuous thread of time in the studio is not an indulgence, but a necessity. Risk-taking and not knowing are encouraged and supported. Meetings and work-in-progress performances mean that responses to test your seeds, your raw material and your near finished work can be a living part of the progress of your work. Painters invite us to their studio, writers offer a script, but footage cannot replace the live experience.
This is for artists who recognise that this self-directed context is the right place for them at this point in their making. Whatever work you have made, whatever experience you have, whatever desires you have, everyone is respected equally as artists who are committed to pushing the boundaries of their own practice."
- Caroline Salem, Choreographer and Director or Space Clarence Mews