Making Tracks 2022 - Open Call

Every year Making Tracks selects eight Fellows via our open call for artists. Applicants are asked to write about their musical background and interests, as well as provide some other basic information, including samples of their solo and collaborative work. We are open to different genres, but specifically interested in music with direct or implicit connections to cultural traditions and heritage, as well as environmentally-engaged artists working with soundscape field recordings or sound art. Making Tracks is particularly interested in collaboratively-minded music professionals who double up as community organisers, environmentalists, ethnomusicologists, writers, storytellers and more.

Making Tracks take place each Autumn - this year between 19th September and 18th October. It comprises a two-week residency at Cove Park on the west coast of Scotland, during which new collaborative works are incubated, followed by a series of 10 public concerts throughout the UK, and 10 community youth music workshops. It is essential that all potential applicants read more about what we do and the information below on eligibility and selection criteria before applying.


The deadline for applications is the 19th June. 
To apply and read more about eligibility please visit: