32° East Ugandan Arts Trust Residency

Website: https://www.gasworks.org.uk/opportunities/fellowship-32-east-ugandan-arts-trust/

Gasworks are accepting applications from artists based in the United Kingdom for a fully funded, two-week residency at 32° East | Ugandan Arts Trust, Kampala, Uganda. The focus of the residency is KLA ART Labs, a month-long series of intensive engagement focused on group critique, international networking and concept development; all within the realm of public art. 32° East will host a UK-based artist with interest and/or experience in making art in the public domain on the African continent. The fellowship comprises accommodation, workspace, basic living expenses, materials budget and travel.

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Expires: June 26, 2017


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