happynest is a professionalizing platform which supports the emerging artists in the Hauts-de-France region. It is an initiative of the SUPERAMAS collective. Each season, SUPERAMAS will offer artistic, administrative, technical and production support to selected projects originated by young artists.
SUPERAMAS supports emerging artists active in the field of performing arts, through a programme based on advices and mentoring in:
artistic practices: concept, dramaturgy, physical performance, research, etc.
administration: budget and/or grant application preparation, etc.
production: places of rehearsals, showings, technical advices, etc.
SUPERAMAS will propose, in cooperation with the selected artists, a "tailor-made support program", based on its network of partners (variable throughout time of the year and seasons) and on a production budget.
At the beginning of each year, an open call for projects is launched through the media in the Hauts-de-France region. In general, the deadline for applications is around mid-February. The results of the selection are available by the end of March.
Season #3 2019-2020
send your projects before February 15th 2019, only by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
meetings with pre-selected artists: March 18th and 19th 2019 in Amiens
happynest #3 artists selection: March 25th 2019
Consolidation and professionalization of an artistic practice
visibility of the work (programming)
How to apply?
Send your project, possibly with video links of your own previous or current work that could tell us more about your approach, (maximum two A4 pages) to: email@example.com
Specify the nature of the support you are looking for: artistic expertise, outside perspective, places for rehearsing, contact with specialists, administrative advice, production advice, etc.
Who can apply?
Artist or group of artists based in Hauts-de-France (association or delegated producer based in the Hauts-de-France)
A financial contribution will be allocated to each selected project. This coproduction budget will allow the artist to cover part of the salaries, transports and technical costs.