Catalyst Arts Online Residencies


Catalyst Arts have announced four seasonal online residency opportunities that will take place throughout 2021. They are now welcoming applications to the Spring and Summer editions. Each residency will last three weeks, and selected artists will receive £500. The online residencies are open to artists who self-identify as being underrepresented in the arts, for example Black and POC artists, disabled artists, artists from lower socio-economic backgrounds and artists from the traveller community. To apply you do not need to be a member of Catalyst Arts, and, due to the remote nature of this opportunity, they welcome applications from artists nationally and internationally.


Expires: February 18, 2021

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