SUMMER CAMP 2019: OPEN CALL
ESP Members Only
Summer Camp Showreel - 19 August
Summer Camp Show - 26 August
Summer Camp is ESP’s annual takeover of Eastside Projects. This year it will run from 27 August to 6 September, when it culminates in a one night only show for Digbeth First Friday.
All ESP members are invited to present work as part of the Summer Camp Show.
Summer Camp Show
All ESP members are invited to present new work made in the last 12 months as part of Summer Camp Show. You will be able to bring and install work on 5 (am and pm) and 6 (am only) September.
TO TAKE PART Email email@example.com with a description of the work you would like to show by 26August 2019. Please also complete our equal opportunities survey that you will find here.
As part of the Summer Camp Show, we will put together a showreel of members film and video work to show in the 2nd Gallery. We would like to invite members to screen a mix of completed and in-development works. This is a great opportunity to test how your film and video looks and feels in a large gallery space, as well as presenting your work in public and to peers. Works should be no longer than 15 minutes long.
TO TAKE PART email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name and duration of the work you would like to submit by 19 August 2019. Please also complete our equal opportunities survey that you will find here.
Alongside the opportunities to show work, a series of one-off events will take place in the gallery. We will bring back There Is No Script For This, focusing on quick fire presentations about developing practice or careers. We will also have an afternoon Crit Club with the Expanded Studio artists and other ESP members and will host a Potluck Dinner.
Though you can show any work at Summer Camp, this year we are particularly keen to see work by artists working in film and performance as we have an opportunity to take new work that takes those forms to Art Licks Weekend in October 2019. The theme of this year Art Licks Weekend is Interdependence: considering how participating projects work within a network of friendship, exchange and shared dialogue. The work will be selected from performance and video works presented at Summer Camp. We can offer selected artists a small fee and contribution towards travel costs to show work at the Art Licks Weekend.