Commission for D/deaf or Disabled Artist from Trinity & Cambridge Junction

Website: https://www.trinitybristol.org.uk/activities/ignite/news/open-call-for-artists

In these challenging times, Trinity and Cambridge Junction have come together to offer a £3,000 commission to a D/deaf or DisabledArtist(s) to create work for an online audience. One new piece of work will be commissioned and Trinity and Cambridge Junction want this brief to be as open as possible so you can respond in a way that best suits you as an artist. Open to artists of any practice, working in any art form. The commission should be a brand-new online performance, exhibition that can remain available to experience online for a period of time. The commission should be by one artist who identifies as D/deaf or Disabled, or a collective of artists where at least 50% of the collective identify as D/deaf or Disabled.

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Expires: August 14, 2020


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