phase one - collaborative laboratory
Choose an academic department that is not the creative arts and be immersed in research and knowledge-exchange that will enhance creative practice and expand your knowledge of the social, political, scientific or technological practices that inform your work. Attend training intensives & co-working sessions and share your work in the testing ground.
phase two - project development
June to August 2017
Develop national and international partnerships, access the testbeds bid writing surgery, attend collaborative co-working sessions, and show work-in-progress in the testing ground. Develop a proposal for how international partnerships or further research can enhance your practice and submit exceptional funding applications.
phase three - leadership & mentoring
September to December 2017
Lead and mentor two accelerator artists to deliver outreach projects with young people in Luton. Develop integral mentoring & leadership skills and gain further insight into the needs of Luton communities - establishing yourself as an artist as placemaker, global citizen or catalyst for change.