2018 Residencies at Wysing Arts Centre

Website: http://www.wysingartscentre.org/opportunities/residencies

Wysing Arts Centre are inviting applications for 2018 Residencies from visual artists, musicians, dancers, choreographers and writers, or those working in other disciplines that have a strong connection to the visual arts.  There is no fixed fee or timeframe for these residencies, instead the duration can be specified by the artist.  They are particularly keen to hear from artists working in self organised groups; first time collaborators; and artists who might want to bring their children or families.  They can offer accommodation, studios (including music/recording and ceramics studios), use of a vehicle, access to curatorial and technical staff, and visitors both on site and online.  Funding for fees, production and travel is expected to be in the range of £500 to £5,000.

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Expires: December 11, 2017


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