198 Contemporary Arts & Learning – Womxn of Colour Art Award
This new bi-annual art award recognizes the inequities and additional barriers that Womxn of Colour and non binary people often face in their practice as visual artists. It aims to provide financial and developmental support to assist UK based artists and artist collectives of all ages at a key point in their career. We welcome applications from all artists who self-identify as Womxn of Colour and non binary people including those who are emerging and self- taught. The selected artist(s) will receive £5000, Portfolio review and mentoring lunch, Artists development support, a workspace (following 198 building development). The winner and the 4 runners up will have a feature on 198 website and an exhibition at 198. In order to be considered for the award, all entrants must be over 18, UK based, not in full time education, have a minimum of 3 years artistic practice and identify as Womxn of Colour and non binary.
Expires: October 30, 2019
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