12ø Collective Curation Residency 2019

Website: https://www.12ocollective.com/

The 12ø Curation Residency is an opportunity to enable people to gain curatorial experience in a supported environment to develop an experimental project idea. The open call is for applicants who wish to use this as a test ground for curatorial approaches and develop their skills. The residency will run over a six month period, and is roughly split into two halves: three months for research and planning your project and three months working with 12ø Collective to develop, produce and deliver the project. It is open to creatives, including but not limited to; artists, curators, musicians, performers, collectives, activist or community groups, who are interested in engaging audiences in art, beyond traditional forms of exhibition making. 12ø Collective are especially interested in applications from those who have previously been unable to find support through traditional gallery routes. The selected applicant(s) will receive a £1050 fee, Support and collaboration from the 12ø members and £700 for production costs, e.g. artist fees and travel.

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Expires: August 10, 2019


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