Alchemy Film & Arts Exhibitions Programme

Website: http://alchemyfilmfestival.org.uk/2017/call-entries-alchemy-film-arts-exhibitions-programme/

Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival invite proposals of moving image installations for their exhibition space on Hawick High Street, to take place year-round from August 2017. Proposals of artist’s moving image installations are welcome from any part of the world, from emerging and established artists at any stage in their career. They offer a £500 artist fee, accommodation in Hawick during install and exhibition opening, an on-site technician and AV equipment where required.

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Expires: May 21, 2017


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