Theatr Clwyd is Wales’s leading producing theatre, and one of only four theatres in the UK that builds sets, makes costumes and creates props in-house. The venue is currently undergoing major redevelopment, with the aim of creating a more sustainable, inspiring and inclusive building, where world-class art can thrive for generations to come.
Public art is at the heart of plans for the new building. We are currently inviting applications from artists, theatre-makers, writers, and collaborative design teams for three specific projects:
- A creative language / storytelling commission
- An installation for the theatre’s new foyer space
- A design for a bespoke, large-scale curtain.
We welcome applications from sound artists and musicians – especially for Open Call 1 and Open Call 2.
These commissions are funded (£20-30,000 budget per project) and the intention is for these works to be prominent, long-term installations in the venue.
An informal Q&A session for interested artists and teams will be held online on Friday 3rd November at 10.30am. Interested parties can email firstname.lastname@example.org to join this session.
Full details of the Open Calls, including detailed briefs and information on budget, eligibility, and how to apply, can be found on the Theatr Clwyd website.