Future Network Shorts is a monthly virtual event co-programmed by our teams across the UK (in Liverpool, Peterborough and Southend).
On the last Thursday of each month (across the course of a year), we invite 6 x artists to host 10 minute sharings of their work online, delivered across a mix of virtual platforms.
We look forward to performances, conversations and experiments from artists across the UK, with a wide range of art forms being showcased digitally.
These sharings might exist as Zoom calls, pre-recorded video, live sessions on social media, or as virtual exhibitions on our website. Digital audiences are invited to watch or take part in renditions of existing work, collaborations, informal talks, how-to guides, scratch shows and more.Future Network Shorts have been developed from existing live events which take place at all Metal venues (Future Network in Peterborough, Future Park in Southend and Future Station in Liverpool).
Through this programme, we aim to support artists at this testing time and connect them with our online communities through diverse, entertaining and engaging content.
Metal are particularly interested in supporting artists with an interest in participation and socially engaged practice from diverse backgrounds, with unique personal perspectives to offer. We welcome artists of all disciplines, from all career levels to be a part of this project.
George Lacey & Richard Seaman : GuyMart! The Musical
Pryle Behrman – Curator of Playtime within Art Projects 2020, London Art Fair
To take up a sharing slot, please send a brief outline (no more than 300 words) of what you would like to share and on which digital platform. (Zoom, Instagram Live, Facebook Live, Metal’s Website, or any other platforms you like to use). Each month, we look forward to hosting 6 x artists from across the UK.
Send your proposals to email@example.com
For other opportunities, please see our Remote Residencies call-out and our ongoing programme.
There are no related events.