A creative retreat for experienced artists
SPACE/TIME is a 5 day creative retreat for experienced artists from all disciplines that asks the question “How does an artist keep developing?”
It aims to refresh participants through a stimulating and provocative examination of creativity. During the residency, we will explore how creativity can be nourished and how artists can continue to challenge themselves to develop.
The residency combines facilitated dialogue - built around a series of provocations and questions - with time for individual reflection and work. It is led by Nicholas Bone and Alice McGrath.
Participation in Space/Time is open to experienced artists and selection is through an open call process.
There will be two Space/Time residencies in 2017: sign up to our Artist Development mailing list to be notified when more information is available.
If you want to know more about Space/Time, you can watch this short film which captures the reflections of the 5 artists who took part in the 2015 retreat.
Previous Space/Time retreats
2016 (October) Cove Park. Artists: Flore Gardner (visual artist), Kirsty Whiten (visual artist), Mamoru Iriguchi (theatre maker), Maria Oller (theatre director), Anthony Green (composer). Facilitators: Nicholas Bone, Alice McGrath. Presented in partnership with Cove Park.
2016 (March): Cromarty Arts Trust. Artists: Anne Milne (film-maker), Annie George (playwright/director), Bill Thompson (sound artist), Merav Israel (choreographer), Ros Steen (voice teacher), Shona Reppe (performer/ theatre-maker). Facilitators: Nicholas Bone, Alice McGrath.
2015: Cove Park. Artists: Catrin Evans (theatre maker), Kate V Robertson (visual artist), Pernille Spence (visual artist), Scott Twynholm (composer), Zoe Irvine (sound artist). Facilitators: Nicholas Bone, Alice McGrath. Presented in partnership with Cove Park.
2014: Cromarty Arts Trust. Artists: Claire Pencak (choreographer), Ian Waugh (film-maker), James Wyness (composer), Janie Nicoll (visual artist), Su Grierson (visual artist). Facilitators: Nicholas Bone, Alice McGrath.
2012: Lyth Arts Centre. Artists: Alan McKendrick (playwright/director), Christine Devaney (choreographer/director), Janie Nicoll (visual artist), Linda McLean (playwright), Michael John McCarthy (composer/musician). Facilitators: Nicholas Bone and Susan Benn.