AMPlify: an online, artist residency for 18 - 25 year olds

Apply for AMPlify, a programme for artists aged 18-25 to test new approaches & ideas through workshops & talks, whilst also having time to develop their own work with Wysing Arts Centre. AMPlify will take place online & is free to attend.

Applications are now open for AMPlify, for artists aged 18 to 25 years to test new approaches and ideas through workshops and talks, whilst also having time to develop their own work with Wysing Arts Centre. AMPlify will take place entirely online and is free to attend.

The deadline to apply is 9am on Monday 5 October.

For more information and how to apply, or to book a free consultation call, visit the Wysing Arts Centre webpage:

Participate in this online, alternative learning programme to: 

  • Have access to some of the most exciting contemporary artists working today who have experience in teaching.
  • Participate in mentoring opportunities.
  • Develop your ideas and create new work to showcase through the WysingBroadcasts.Art online platform.
  • Develop knowledge of contemporary art practice with a focus on digital media and games.
  • Meet and experiment with peers in a supportive environment.
  • Have the opportunity to work towards a Gold Arts Award. 

Artist Information:  

  • This residency is for artists aged between 18–25 years.
  • We are keen to support artists who have not previously had access to similar opportunities.
  • Artists who want to test and share their ideas with others.
  • Artists looking for inspiration to create new work.
  • We will be looking to develop a group working across a range of creative practice with an emphasis on digital media and games.
  • Artists will be expected to attend all the group sessions. 

AMPlify aims to support artists with a range of practices and artistic approaches, and who bring a diversity of cultural, social, racial and gender perspectives. We are particularly keen to support applicants who have not yet had access to similar programmes and artists with Black, Asian or minority ethnic heritage, those who have faced socio-economic barriers, those living in rural Cambridgeshire and Fenland, those who identify as LGBTQ+ or have disabilities. We believe that a diverse cohort of artists makes a strong cohort and will use this information to ensure that a diverse range of artists are interviewed for this opportunity. We also want to ensure that we can support all of the artists on the programme and we ask applicants to make this clear when applying, if applicable.
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Lucy Shipp

Lucy Shipp

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