3-Phase

Website: http://www.jerwoodvisualarts.org/opportunities/3-phase/

An exhibition and development opportunity offering curatorial and practical support for early career artists to make and exhibit new work at three UK locations. Open to artists within 10 years of establishing their practice, the project is led by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and Eastside Projects with WORKPLACE. Each artist will present work as it develops through three exhibition moments. These will take the form of a group exhibition at Jerwood Visual Arts, London, at WORKPLACE, Gateshead, and a solo show for each artist at Eastside Projects, Birmingham. The exhibitions are an opportunity to experiment, and make ambitious and compelling ideas a reality. A fee of £3,000 plus additional budget for exhibition production and travel costs will be provided to each artist.

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Expires: May 8, 2017


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