AER 2018 Residency at the RAW Lab, Bow Arts, London

Website: http://www.bowarts.org/whats-on/exhibitions-and-events/aer-2018-residency-at-the-raw-lab-bow-arts-london-uk

In 2018 the Nunnery Gallery will host the first exhibition of works by participants of the Art for the Environment Residency Programme (AER). To celebrate this showcase, AER are partnering with Bow Arts for a special nine-week residency (25 January – 17 March 2018)  at the RAW Lab, in their Royal Albert Wharf studio site. This is an award for London based artists who will develop a project which incorporates community interaction as part of their residency (e.g. residency open days, workshops or sharing events). The selected artist will receive a studio space, curator/critique feedback a stipend of £1,985 and up to £800 for production and travel expenses.

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Expires: December 8, 2017


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