La Fabrique Art Studio (Tunisia), Africolor (France), Tulla (Albania) are launching a landmark career development programme for emerging womxn artists in electronic music. BriDJing brings together women and gender minority mid-career artists in electronic music to undergo a tailor-made career development programme designed by a select group of multidisciplinary artists and professionals.
BriDJing is a project that aims to support emerging and future female and gender minority artists in electronic music.
The focus is on accelerating their professionalisation, reducing entry barriers, and promoting positive models that encourage diversity and inclusivity. The organisers prioritise social inclusion and safe dynamics in everything.
The goal of the project is to pave the way for equal opportunity practices and artist talent development, promoting womxn’s contributions and full participation in the music industry in Europe and its southern and eastern neighbours.
The Bridging Career Take-Off Programme BCTO is designed for DJs-producers, sound artists, sound producers and electronic musicians, musicians with digital music practices.
This includes two (2) modules:
- Module (1): a one-week offline residency in France from 1 December 2023 (arrival date) to 10 December 2023 (departure date).
- Module (2): a one-week online masterclass and networking opportunities from 8-14 January 2024 with international experts in the field of music and arts (dates to be confirmed).
Flights, accommodation and catering are covered for the artistic residency in France. An award of 200 EUR will be given to those who successfully complete and participate in both the offline and online modules.
- Be resident and/or a citizen of one of the partner countries for this project, namely Tunisia, France, Albania, and the Balkans.
- Have 3-5 years experience in music production and digital music practice.
- Have proven capacity to produce digital/electronic music: at least one or two sound/ electronic music project(s).
- Have experience in participatory and socially engaged practices.
- Demonstrable interest in working in a group and collaborating with cross-border artists.
- Be fluent in English.