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 News & Highlights:


• January 17th 2015 - International residency opportunity - Call for applications. Issue date: 21st October (annually)

• 2 year partnering announcement with Shammah Eco Centre 1st November 2013
Click here for more about Shammah Eco Centre



 

RESIDENCY

Partnering Residency: Supporting individuals in their in their practice as a strategy of the Little Project.We aim to promote diversity in artistic practice with engaging residencies that create more impact and development in the communities with realizable impact clear.

Support:
Evaluation
Criteria


•
Artistic 
excellence
 of
 the
 proposed 
exhibition 
including
 evidence 
of
 creativity, 
innovation 
and/or 
technical 
skill;

•Participants in the creative 
arts and curatorial
and/or
organizational
experience;

•
Excitable Capacity
to
fully
execute
proposed
exhibition;

•
Viability and delivery
of
the
project
and
budget;


Dynamic 
engagement
 with 
one 
of
 more 
of 
communities

•
Vibrancy: 
ability 
to
 connect 
artists
 and 
audiences 
through multiple 
dimensions 
of
 participation
 and/or 
education.

RESIDENCY EXPECTATION:

•
WE EXPECT PARTICIPANT/S WITH SUPPORT FROM Little project to Develop
 community 
engagement
activities 
not limited to 
work‐in‐progress 
events,
 panel
 discussions,
talk‐back
 sessions, 
artist 
talks, 
gallery
 tours, 
educational and mentoring 
forums 
or
 other
 activities 
to 
highlight
an 
artist’s
 work 
and
 engage 
audiences;

•
Attend
 an
advocacy 
or
 donor 
cultivation
event
– grantees
 may
 be

required 
to 
participate 
in
 at
least 
one
 advocacy
 or 
fundraising
 activity
 on 
behalf 
of
 Little project;

•
Submit 
a
 final 
report 
– 
Narrative and Financial report 
within 
60
 days
 of
 project

completion.

International artists residency

OPEN OPPORTUNITY FOR SELF-FUNDED INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCY GREAT  RIFTVALLEY, NANYUKI

KENYA

History:
 THE LITTLE PROJECT artists residency  initiative is a part of an international residency calender  started from April 2012 in order to bridge the gap that exists between the creative arts, community activities and developement. It provides the local and international artists an opportunity to engage with local audiences on the scope of their work in a creative and engaging manner. 

The  self-funded residency for International exchange
The residency will be held at NANYUKI, Rift Valley, Kenya here in Africa. The programme for self-funded residency runs Throughout the next 3 years and the successful applicants  are expected encouraged  to apply early enough due to the huge number of request in which we can only handle a maximum of 2 ( two) residencies per month.

Application Details:
To apply, please send your applications  by email to;
 murage@thelittleproject.org   and murage@mail.com with the following:
1.Letter of application
2.artist statement
3.Six(6) images  of your work no more  that 450 KB each or a video, do not send links to blogs or websites .
4.Curriculum vitae
5.THE LITTLE PROJECT receives applications throughout the year and we shall embark on passing on releveant information from our web portal  and email requests are encouraged too.

 Visit us at www.thelittleproject.org  for  additional  international residency information

Date of call release: 21st October (every year)

 

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