The bursary is for the development of a specific project or work, (this year we are calling for work that addresses the climate emergency) giving emerging small and medium sized companies, individual practitioners or arts partnerships the time and the environment in which to take stock, develop ideas and strategy and equip themselves with the wherewithal to thrive in increasingly challenging circumstances.
2 x 2 hour project review sessions with Ian Ross and or Christine Harmar-Brown, B&R Productions’ directors to discuss your strategic and creative project development are tailored to the needs of the recipient/s. Appreciating the need to support and encourage young and emerging practitioners and companies a £500 award accompanies the residency.
The residencies accommodate up to four people (2 x 2 sharing with the option of others joining on a daily basis) for five days at The Studio in rural Three Oaks, East Sussex providing time away from the daily demands of management and delivery; time to think, to generate and explore new ideas. With a multitude of footpaths and walking routes through historic 1066 country, including coastal, wood and farmlands, participants will be facilitated and encouraged to use the natural environment.