Issue 2 Open Call is now closed and we are shortlisting for the print publication. Thank you to everyone who has contributed. All contributions can be viewed on the main page of the website.
Dwell Time Issue 2 Launch Event
Open Call for performances, live art and films reflecting on mental wellbeing
Date: Monday 23 March 2020
Times: 1-4pm at Dwell Time Central for films and discussions
6-8pm at Huddersfield Railway Station for performances, poetry readings and live art
Deadlines for proposals: 31 January 2020
Open Call: For our launch of Issue 2, we are inviting contributions for our two part event in Huddersfield.
Part 1 takes place at our town centre HQ on Market Avenue, Dwell Time Central, 1-4pm. For this event we are hosting a film and discussion event about arts and mental wellbeing and invite short films, presentations, talks and performances which focus on mental wellbeing and suit this format.
Part 2 takes place at Huddersfield Railway station, 6-8pm. For this event we invite live art, performances and poetry readings which focus on mental wellbeing for the public realm.
There will also be the opportunity to display promotional literature eg flyers, booklets of Arts and mental health projects and services. If you cannot attend in person and want to showcase your project/service please post/deliver to: Dwell Time Central, 9 Market Avenue, Huddersfield, HD1 2BB.
To apply: Please email email@example.com with an outline proposal, anticipated duration, equipment/support required and which part(s) you are interested in.
For films please send preview or download links with full film details (artist/director, title, year, duration, synopsis).
We have a small budget for performances and travel expenses. Please outline your required budget/expenses in your proposal. If you would prefer a telephone conversation or meeting to discuss ideas just let us know.
About: Dwell Time is an award winning arts publication reflecting on mental wellbeing produced and curated by Alice Bradshaw, Vanessa Haley & Lenny Szrama in collaboration with Penistone Line Partnership and founded in 2018. Issue 2 is funded by Penistone Line Partnership, ACORP, Northern & CrossCountry.