Abbey Awards – British School at Rome

Website: http://abbey.org.uk/

Abbey Awards offer all expenses paid residencies at the British School at Rome or artists showing exceptional merit and promise. There are two opportunities available: The Abbey Scholarship which offers one early-career artist a full academic year (October to June) at the British School at Rome with a monthly stipend of £800 and The Abbey Fellowships offer three mid-career artists three months at the School during the same period each with monthly stipends of £1,200. These opportunities are open to UK and US citizens and artists of other nationalities who have been resident in the UK or US for at least five of the last ten years. A new grant in memory of artist Jules de Goede offers a £1000 travel and materials grant to an Abbey Fellow, upon application, this is in addition to the Rosa Lee Travel Award, a £100 travel grant paid to the Abbey Scholar in memory of artist Rosa Lee. There is an application fee of £25.

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Expires: January 31, 2019


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