Submerge and The Lowry announce Creative Technology Artist Development Programme

A person's middle torso is seen in darkness. They have a white top and long braids. Fibre-optic lights are entwined into their braids and light pours from their fingers.
Image: Jana Rumley

Seeking 12 Greater Manchester artists interested in exploring creative technology arts and performance!

Submerge and The Lowry are delighted to launch CTRL (Creative Technology Research Labs) – a 6-month pilot development programme for artists based in Greater Manchester looking to learn and develop skills in creative technology performance, immersive experience making, and digital creation tools, supported by Arts Council England.

Through this programme we will support 12 artists who are under-represented in the sector to learn from inspirational creative technology artists, gain new skills and knowledge, connect with local and national artists and organisations, and start to develop ideas for the creation of new creative technology performances and immersive experiences.  

Visit our CTRL project page for more info and how to apply.

📸 Ultimate Dancer by Jana Rumley, Submerge Festival 2019