The biggest news items at DASH this month, is the recent release of the three commissions from our Tu Fewn partners; Ffotogallery, g39 and Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre.
Tu Fewn is one of our newest projects, delivering the opportunity for arts organisations in Wales to commission new high quality work by Disabled visual artists from across the UK and Internationally.
DASH is working in partnership with Disability Arts Cymru across the whole of Wales – and the commissions for each partner organisation are outlined below.
- Ffotogallery – want to commission a Disabled artist to create a public-realm/digital cross platform artwork as part of the Diffusion Experience for Diffusion: Cardiff International Festival of Photography in October 2015. The commission is open to UK and international Disabled artists.
- g39 – is seeking an ambitious disabled artist-curator to contribute to their process of programming. The successful artist-curator will be commissioned to work with the g39 team for a twelve-month period and will be responsible for devising one of g39’s 3-month seasons, comprising a main exhibition with associated projects / exhibition spaces, seminars and talks.
- Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre – are looking to commission a disabled artist/maker to curate an exhibition as part of our ‘Maker to Curator’ programme. The resulting exhibition will be presented at LGAC in January 2016. The commission is open to all UK and International disabled makers/artists.
The three commissions can be viewed in more detail and downloaded, via the Tu Fewn page of the DASH website: http://www.dasharts.org/projects/tu-fewn.html