Art Language Location

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Proposals are invited for this year’s Art Language Location (ALL2016),the fifth festival of art,text and place being staged in locations at Anglia Ruskin University and across Cambridge. ALL2016 will also include a one-day symposium. All work must incorporate some link to language and must be situated in a location appropriate to the work. The link to language may be freely interpreted and may be taken to mean text,speech,lettering or any other verbal or linguistic reference point. Proposals are also invited for performances,talks,workshops,interventions,film and other content for the symposium. Each artist will receive £200, subject to successful grant application. There is also one award of £2,000 and two awards of £500 available. 

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Expires: March 20, 2016


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