12th Muir Trust Artist Residency 2019

Website: http://www.buckscountymuseum.org/museum/get-involved/partners/the-muir-trust/

The Muir Trust invites applications from established, mid-career, UK-based studio artists who wish to develop their creative practice by working with the Buckinghamshire County Museum collections. The 20 day residency will be based in Aylesbury during mid-September to late October 2019. They are looking for an artist to select items from the mixed collections in store and respond to these through their own medium to create new readings and interpretations. The artist will have a studio in the museum to display the selected exhibits and develop their own artistic responses. The residency is followed by an exhibition illustrating this creative process and its results. An award of £3,000 will be paid, plus an allowance for subsistence/travel expenses.

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Expires: December 20, 2018


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