News British Science Festival’s ‘North Parade After Dark’ open call for artists The British Science Festival is seeking individuals and organisations to propose creative activities, exhibitions and performances to be part of ‘North Parade After Dark’, an evening ‘culture crawl’ in Bradford.The aim of After Dark is to empower an artist or performer to engage with science and technology, and provide an artist with the opportunity to work directly with scientists. Events will be held on Tuesday 8 September 2015 and will be free for the public to attend. After Dark is inspired by our changing world and curated to support the cultural transformation of the North Parade area of Bradford. Bradford’s North Parade is currently undergoing an exciting regeneration: diverse independent shops and social spaces are being changed and developed. During After Dark, old and new venues will be staying open late to showcase artists, makers and performers. We want this event to celebrate this transformation of the local area and creatively highlight these revived local businesses to a wider audience. Our world is in a constant state of biological, technological, molecular and atomic transformation. We want artists and performers to explore the concept of change by developing and delivering a creative event or activity that responds to this theme. The proposal may be based on existing work or something new, and may take any form.This is a great funded opportunity to get involved with an annual festival that has already reached tens of thousands of people. Deadline for applications is Sunday 7 June at midnight. For more information see our website.