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Triple Act Theatre & Arts are excited to announce their new Emerging Artist Residency as part of Year of Stories 2022. This opportunity is funded by North Ayrshire Council Participatory Budgeting and Museum Galleries Scotland Community Stories Fund.  

We are inviting freelance early-career, emerging artists of any creative discipline who are aged 18-35 and local to North Ayrshire to apply for this exciting opportunity. The successful candidate will design, develop and deliver an effective and impactful participatory community arts project with support from the Triple Act team and one-to-one mentoring from our director.  

This is a paid opportunity to work with Triple Act over July and August to enhance your confidence in delivering community workshops and projects, build on your creative and coordination skills, and engage with the local community, combatting social isolation, and addressing the creative needs of your chosen target group.  

Applicants should submit a CV (no more than two A4-pages) & a project plan detailing their idea for delivering a participatory arts project in line with their chosen artform. The plan should be no more than three A4-pages and must include a project budget up to £600. Alternatively, applicants may submit a short video or audio recording talking about their project idea alongside their project budget and CV. Applications should be submitted to kate@tripleact.co.uk. 

Start Date: w/c 4th July 2022 (TBC) ¦ Final Project delivery: w/c 15th August 2022 (TBA) 

Hours: Hours are flexible and to be mutually agreed upon by the successful artist and Triple Act 

Artist Fee: £400 

Application Deadline: Friday 17 June 2022, 12noon 

Shortlist Interviews: w/c Monday 27th June 2022 

This event has been supported by the Year of Stories 2022 Community Stories Fund. This fund is being delivered in partnership between VisitScotland and Museums Galleries Scotland with support from National Lottery Heritage Fund thanks to National Lottery players.