Telegraph Hill Festival: Call out for artists, filmmakers and musicians!

CARAVAN ARTS is a mobile arts space and project lab based in a 1969 Ace Globetrotter, Esmerelda.

We’re appearing three times at the Telegraph Hill Festival with project, ‘home from home’ – exploring the concept of ‘home’ through notions of comfort, freedom, displacement and refuge. We are looking for local artists to collaborate with for the following dates…

Sunday 26 March 3.30-5pm. Installation artist or art student looking for experience to help construct a photographic installation.. Would need to be free on a couple of days between 15 and 25 March. Dates to be agreed.

Wednesday 29 March 6.30-8pm. Musicians (2 or 3 ideally – 1 singer, 1 guitarist + violinist/ukelele player) needed to perform acoustic songs in a range of styles. More info will be provided

Saturday 1 April 2-6pm. Filmmakers – do you make short films that explore themes of ‘the road’, migration, displacement, refuge? If so please get in touch. Films can be aimed at audiences of all ages.

As Telegraph Hill Festival is a volunteer run event,  we’re very sorry but can’t offer fees for taking part. However your work will be promoted, it will be good exposure to a diverse audience and refreshments will be provided.

If you’re interested in applying for any of the opportunities above, please send a brief description of your practice and a link to an example of your work to Sarah on sarahklphillips@gmail.com by 7 March.

Thank you!

CARAVAN ARTS works with local artists, communities and places to create temporary, site specific and immersive works within and around the 14ft space of the vintage van.

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