SHROPSHIRE STAR FR1!
Group hopes to recruit five disabled artists A Shrewsbury-based group is on the lookout for five disabled artists to take part i n a multimedia project. The timetable for the event i n Shrewsbury has been reworked following the high level of interest from national artists. The project by DASh - Disability Arts i n Shropshire - will be on the theme of barriers and will now be an artist residency from July 30 to August 4. Artists involved in this project will need to
commit to being reside* i t i n Shrewsbury for six days and five nights. Each artist will receive ÂŁ200 to cover costs plus travel and accommodation. DASh is looking for five disabled artists from different disciplines to take part in the project. Previous applicants need not re-apply as their work will be reviewed alongside new applications. Work can include film, photography, writ-
' i i i n i ' i i M i o n a l pieces, three-dimen- visual image on how you would interpret the theme of barriers. Hionnl |. ii music or performance. Work can be sent to email@example.com The pi I will be led by Nikki Hewish, instullnl Ion i n I Ift, and Tanya Raabe, visual or by post to Tanya Raabe, DASh, The Lantern, Meadow Farm Drive, Shrewsbury artiBt. To apply for I place on the project artists SY14NG before March 30. Short-listed candidates w i l l be interare requestud to Hond in a CX artist statement and five oxamples of work on either viewed by phone or email about their ideas. The candidates will then be informed of CD, DVD or as prints. Applicants can also send i n an idea or the decision about their place on the project ^ * ideas, which can be written, recorded or as a by April 20.