Artist Development Programme at SPACE

Website: http://www.spacestudios.org.uk/artist-development/artist-development-programme-at-space-lcn/

The London Creative Network (LCN) at SPACE is a professional artist development programme that delivers mentoring and project-specific support for professional artists in London. LCN at SPACE  responds to the needs and desires of artists who want access to new production technologies, conceptual framing of their work and peer-networking. The emphasis is on the development of new artworks that ultimately lead to the sustainability of an artist’s practice. Proposals can be a wide range of projects, such as artists moving to new medium, a print edition, a public art project, a first publication, or the use of newer technologies like 3D-printing or laser- cutting. They accept applications from artists of all stages who are residents of London and HMRC-registered for at least 12 months.

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Expires: December 5, 2016


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