Each month LUX Scotland shares opportunities for artists, filmmakers, curators, and other arts professionals working in the moving image sector. If you have an opportunity to share please email scotland [at] lux.org.uk.

 

Laura Ferres Master Class
Director of Cannes’ awarded Los Desheredados, Laura Ferres joins us in Glasgow to discuss the boundaries between fiction and documentary. This Masterclass will investigate how to use personal stories to be told in a true original way.
2 November

SUPERLUX One-on-One Advice Sessions
Seeking advice on your work, future projects or spaces to display? Attend a one-on-one session in Glasgow with Benjamin Cook, Director, LUX.
7 November


Artist Archivist in-Residence at Wysing Arts Centre
Through this open call Wysing is inviting an Artist-Archivist to delve into their archives to uncover the organisation’s early history and to reflect on its trajectory within wider societal changes, leading to a gallery exhibition in the autumn of 2019.
Deadline: 11 November


Interdisciplinary Residencies 2019 at Hospitalfield
The Interdisciplinary Residencies bring together artists and cultural practitioners from a wide range of disciplines to work at Hospitalfield for a two week residency.
Deadline: 12 November


Submissions to Glasgow Short Film Festival 

Call for submissions is open for Glasgow Short Film Festival, showcasing works from across the world up to 50 minutes in length.
LUX Scotland is seeking a dynamic Programme Manager to join its team. This role provides support to the Director in the planning and delivery of an ambitious artistic programme of screenings, exhibitions, commissions, live events, touring projects and festivals.
Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival is an international festival of experimental film and artists’ moving image, working toward its ninth edition.
Deadline: 30 November


Stuart Hall Library Artists’ Residency 2019

The residency is a funded opportunity for an artist to be in residence at Iniva’s Stuart Hall Library over a three-month period from the end of March to June 2019.
Call for nominations for the 2019/20 Margaret Tait Award is now open. Inspired by the pioneering Orcadian filmmaker and poet Margaret Tait (1918–99), the award recognises experimental and innovative artists working with the moving image.
Deadline: 3 December


Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies 2019

In 2019 Cove Park, in association with LUX Scotland and Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival, will award up to four funded Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies of two to four weeks each during the summer months.
Deadline: 10 December