The Art Crawl

Call for submissions of work from visual artists, performers and musicians for The Art Crawl, a multi-venue, all night event to be held in Nottingham city centre on the 29th May.

The night will begin at Tether Studios alongside the launch of 'Murder at the Kremlin', an exhibition at The Wasp Room. The Art Crawl will then visit a number of pubs, venues, and gallery spaces in the city where artworks will be exhibited and experienced, before returning to the studios for screenings and performances, concluding with breakfast at sunrise.

Proposals are being sought for ways in which art work and performance could be presented during the Art Crawl. We want the project to be open ended and are relying on artists to bring forward their ideas of how to make use of this temporal format.

Possible ideas could be for:

- Performances during the opening night at the beginning of the evening
- Brief performances or interventions that could take place within the venues that we visit
- 2-D/3-D/moving image work that could be displayed in bars/venues for the evening
- Pieces that could take place in between venues. For example, while we walk or outside a venue
- Work that could be collected or viewed in instalments over the course of the evening.
- Performances, sound pieces or moving image work of a longer duration that could be presented when the Art Crawl returns to Tether Studios

There is a budget to cover travel costs for artists.

Email artcrawlnottingham@gmail.com for details on how to apply.
Completed forms must be returned by Fri 3 April 2009.

The Art Crawl is curated by Timothy Dixon, Katherine Webborn and Matthew Cooper in association with Tether.

With support from the British Arts Council.
 The Art Crawl


What: The Art Crawl
Where: Venues around Nottingham
When: Fri 29 May 2009
Contact: artcrawlnottingham@gmail.com
Deadline: Fri 3 April 2009