Funding in the digital era. A series of workshops and mentoring to aid skills development and fund scoping for organisations in the South East of England.
Dr Celia Pearce is an award-winning game designer, artist, curator, author, teacher, and serial instigator.
Sarah is responsible for overall management of projects and dependencies across the company, supporting the artists to create interactive art works of the highest standard to engage the public nationally and internationally.
(UK): April – May 2013
Oscar’s first encounter with Blast Theory was in 2007 when he strolled into Lighthouse Brighton to take part in Day Of The Figurines.
Ju trained in dance and went on to study for a BA in Fine Art/Textiles at Goldsmiths.
(AUS): August – October 2011
Sandra Carluccio applied for an Internship in July 2010 round and spent 10 weeks with Blast Theory in 2011.
(UK): January – February 2011
Whilst studying for an MA at Goldsmiths in 2010, Emilie Giles attended a Guest Lecture by Blast Theory Executive Producer Julianne Pierce.
I arrived at 20 Wellington Road with the intention of writing a new project.
– a guest blog by Alinah Azadeh
For many years I have made work – installations, sculptures, performances – which have been sparked by my own personal narratives – as a bridge for the public to bring their own stories to the work, through objects or texts and latterly, by performing them with me.
This is an open letter in response to blogs by Bryony Kimmings and Andy Field about money.
About the internship
Thanks to the generous support of the Our Friends Electric supporters we were able to offer a paid internship opportunity in 2019.
Closing date for applications: Monday 5th November, 2018
Notification date: Friday 16th November, 2018
Residency dates: Monday 15th April – Friday 25th May, 2019
About the residency
With the support of the Australia Council for the Arts, Blast Theory and pvi collective are joining forces once again to facilitate a unique research and development residency opportunity for one Australian artist to spend six weeks in residence with Blast Theory.
Alongside our volunteer programme we were able to offer a Paid Internship opportunity in 2019 thanks to the generous support of Our Friends Electric fans, supporters and patrons.
Each year we invite applications for our residency programme here at the studio.
We’re offering five young artists the opportunity to be mentored by the Blast Theory artists from January 2020. Find out more.
Matt Adams is mentoring PVI on their new work Transumer for this year’s Biennale of Sydney.
Ever wanted to work on a film shoot? Test a mobile game? Or work with artists? The Blast Theory Kickstart Scheme supports young people in the arts.
Want first-hand experience working with an artists company? We’d love to hear from you. Deadline now extended to 1 February 2019.
We are pleased to be hosting our second residency for Brighton Digital Festival, click here to read more.
Today we’re relaunching Our Friends Electric with a brand new Blast Theory website and a host of ways to get even closer to us – by becoming a Fan, Supporter or Patron.
We are looking for applicants to undertake a six week residency in the run up to the festival in September.
Blast Theory is currently inviting applications from artists for the 20 Wellington Road Residency Programme for 2015. Apply now.
Matt is speaking and mentoring at the Science Museum’s Live Gaming festival as part of the Games Jam on 30th September from 10.
For the last two years Blast Theory artists have provided support and mentoring to emerging Brighton based artists company Me and The Machine.
Rider Spoke will tour to Australia in February 2009 presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney and at the Adelaide Film Festival.
Blast Theory artist Nick Tandavanitj will be talking at the CRDM Symposium at North Carolina State University, 26th – 27th March 2018.
Artist Matt Adams will be talking about Blast Theory’s work at UEL, in conversation with ZU-UK’s directors this December
Primarily, we offer mentoring to people who take part in Blast Theory’s residency programme at 20 Wellington Road. This runs for 9 months a year, is open to artists, scientists, writers, researchers, software/hardware developers to name a few and you can apply in the summer – look out for this in our news and in our email newsletter.
We receive a large number of requests to mentor artists and advise on projects which we are not always able to meet.Subscribe to our newsletter here.
To discuss mentoring opportunities please call Dan Lamont on +441273413455
Blast Theory receives funding from a variety of sources including commissions for new work, fees for touring and presenting work, fees for educational work, mentoring and consultancy, and through UK and EU research programmes.
Blast Theory also receives funding from Arts Council England as a National Portfolio Organisation.