Room 13 is looking for an experienced artist to join our team to deliver part of Generation Creative, our project funded by the Big Lottery Young Start fund.
The successful candidate will travel to, and work creatively with, local secondary schools to promote the work of Room 13 and encourage visits to our studio facilities.
215 hours between September – December 2018. Deadline: Friday 17th August 2018
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Room 13 is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated person to join our team as an intern (paid!)
An entry-level role, this would suit someone looking for experience in arts practice, administration, education, community work, enterprise and business.
The successful candidate will be part of the team at Room 13 Studios Caol, working alongside artist-in-residence Richard Bracken and administrator Fiona Macdonald.
Duration: 16 weeks, September – December 2018. Deadline: Friday 17th August 2018
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We’re inviting proposals for micro-projects to complement our programme of studio activity. This is a great opportunity for Lochaber-based artists who would like to develop their practice with young artists and learn more about working with Room 13.
Proposals for micro-projects (around 3 days in total) might focus on exploring an idea, a particular approach to a material or, responding in some way to the current theme being explored in the studio – ‘Utopia’.
Up to 4 artists will work in collaboration with the lead artist at Room 13 Studios Caol, Richard Bracken, to develop their micro-project ideas.
Deadline: Thursday 12th April at 17.00 hours
Don’t miss the art market, gallery and pop-up shop at Room 13 Studios, Caol Community Centre, Saturday 8th July 2017. Loaded with artworks, t-shirts and awesomeness! Watch video.
The project will engage art and ecology to explore two forest environments; Outlandia; the treehouse studio and artist-led space high in the hill top forest of Glen Nevis, and at the Forest School at Arkaig Community Forest.
Participants from schools and community groups will visit these locations and create their own ariel imagery through drawing and sound based explorations of the environment.
A team of supporting artists will work alongside the lead artist on this project including a photographer and drone pilot, musician and music therapist and visual artist.
Drawing in The Air gets underway on Sunday 11th June with a family event hosted by Clunes Forest School and a display of ariel photography from around the two locations.
This project is made possible with funding by The People’s Postcode Lottery and Arkaig Community Forest. Activities and historical and ecological discussion will be provided by local artists, Forestry Commission Scotland Ranger and the John Muir Trust Manager.
Exhibition of artwork by the artists of Shed 13 Cricket Green School in London, England. Wed 17th – Sat 20th May 2017. Lots of the work is on sale to raise funds for Shed 13 art studio. Please go along and support the young artists if you can!