Arts Award led sessions for Mozfest 2017 - a final call

A final call for Arts Award participants and achievers to run a session at Mozfest 2017 in London. A few bursaries are available to cover your travel costs.

Arts Award led sessions for Mozfest 2017 - a final call

Sessions could be in the form of a workshop, a demo or a piece of work to exhibit. At the heart of our call out are digital arts and the creative use of technology.

What gets you excited about digital arts and technology? It could be anything, like coding a Raspberry Pi to do something creative; showing off your music technology skills; or creating an inspiring vlog exploring a museum using virtual reality. We'd love to hear about your ideas and experience. This opportunity is to share your skills; Lead a group of attendees through your work; Excite attendees to share in your art form or technology.

We have a few small bursaries available which will cover your travel to the venue in London. So whether you're based in London, Exeter, North Tyneside, Glasgow and anywhere else in the UK we'll make it accessible. If you're under 18 then we'll also cover the travel of a parent or responsible adult to come with you too.

If you want to get involved then you must be quick. Get in touch ASAP. Our final selection will be made by 18th August 2017. So be quick.

How to apply?

Email [email protected] with a quick summary of your idea & which Arts Award centre you're connected to - then we'll send you the official submission link.

You can find out more about the public call out, and the 5 themes driving this year's festival on our previous opportunity listing at: https://www.voicemag.uk/opportunity/run-a-session-...

And before you go, Tickets are now available! This includes Tickets at just £3 for young people - you get access to both days and lunch and drinks on both days. So it is incredible value. Find out more at: https://www.voicemag.uk/event/mozfest-2017

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Emrys Green

Emrys Green Voice Team

Emrys is the Business & Projects manager at Upstart who runs Voice.

Alongside managing Voice and its related programmes of work Emrys manages web builds and live events through his own pursuits - with a wide encapsulation of the arts sector. Theatre, Dance, Circus, Spoken Word and a combination of contemporary and shakespearean work would all be in his wheelhouse.

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