Art Licks Weekend 2019: Interdependence

Website: http://artlicks.com/events/7154/open-call-art-licks-weekend-2019-interdependence

Applications are now open to take part in the seventh year of the Art Licks Weekend festival. For 2019, the Art Licks Weekend takes on the title, Interdependence, considering how participating projects work within a network of friendship, exchange and shared dialogue. The festival will include projects based in the city and some based across the country, hosted by a selection of London spaces. Art Licks will once more hold a series of events in the lead-up to the festival for its participants, to give time and space for those taking part to discuss shared concerns and methods, and to build on the support framework the festival creates.

Apply for the 2019 Art Licks Weekend and enter the seventh annual Workweek Prize: £1,000 for an independent artist-led space or independent curatorial project.

Expires: May 13, 2019


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