Jessica Hargreaves working at In:Site Festival 2015
Applications for In:Site 2024 are now open.
Deadline: Tuesday 31st October 2023
In:Site is a practice and career development project for early career artists. It is open to UK based people who have graduated from a BA, MA or City & Guilds in craft, art or design since 2021.
In:Site offers a rare opportunity for emerging artists, makers, designers and craftspeople to develop their practice to include working with people and communities by:
- Encouraging you to explore your practice in participatory and site responsive contexts, working directly with people. Find out more about previous In:Site artists, their work and their engagement projects.
- providing support, expertise, time and resources for you to adapt the ideas, materials and techniques used in your work to create a space for people to explore their own creativity. Watch the You Tube playlist of In:Site artists’ projects.
- providing career and practice development support through In:Site Learn, broadening your idea of what a creative career looks like, and helping you to navigate early career decisions.
Read our review to find out about the impact of In:Site over the last 10 years. (PDF opens in new tab.)
In:Site 2024 explores the importance of care in contemporary life.
We are seeking applications from a diverse range of artists, makers, designers and craftspeople exploring the theme of care in their work. The theme is open to your own individual interests and interpretations. It could include: care for others, care for environments and species, care for democracy and equality, care for the self, care for materials and sustainability, or care for spaces and cultural heritage.
Black, Asian and other ethnic minority people, working class people, people identifying as disabled and people identifying as LGBTQ+ are under-represented in the arts workforce. We particularly welcome applications from these groups.
Apply for In:Site 2024
First, read the Information for Artists (PDF, opens in a new tab).
Please read this information if you are considering applying for In:Site. It tells you more about how and when the project will run, the commitment you’ll need to give, about access, and information on payment.