Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary

Website: http://www.shapearts.org.uk/news/armb-2016-submissions

The annual Shape Arts Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary, set up in memory of sculptor Adam Reynolds to support mid-career disabled artists, is now open for submissions. This year’s successful recipient will be awarded £7,000 and a three-month residency at Turner Contemporary, Margate from February to April 2017. The Bursary provides an opportunity for artists to develop their ideas and practice without pressure to deliver a particular outcome such as finished or exhibition-ready work. The residency will also include developing and delivering public-facing activities with Turner Contemporary and Shape and showing work as part of the Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary Shortlist exhibition.

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Expires: August 1, 2016


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