Artist in Residence, Philharmonia Orchestra

Website: https://philharmonia.co.uk/vacancies/

The Philharmonia seeks a socially engaged artist or collective to collaborate with the Orchestra. The Artist in Residence will create new artistic experiences across the 2020-2021 programme of activity. They will take an inclusive and critical approach The Philharmonia’s work and provide perspectives not already seen within the season, which will be reflected in the art presented, the identities of the artist(s), and the communities and audiences they intend to reach. The Philharmonia are interested in collaborating with artists from across the cultural world (including but not limited to music, dance, theatre, performance art, literature, visual arts, circus, burlesque etc.) To diversify their artistic offer and challenge us to work in new ways. The artist must represent an artform that is not classical music. There is an artist fee of £12,000.

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Expires: September 1, 2020


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