Artist Residency Callout – Artcore: Present Tense, Future Perfect?

Website: https://www.curatorspace.com/opportunities/detail/artist-residency-callout--present-tense-future-perfect/4664

Artcore are looking for two artists to take up supported residencies responding to the title ‘Present Tense – Future Perfect?’ Through the residency the two artists will have the opportunity to make new work dealing with the tensions caused by the current uncertainty and looking forward to a brighter future. The selected artists will receive an Artist bursary of £1,000 to produce work for exhibition at Artcore Gallery and on-line , mentoring and curatorial support throughout the residency and Residency space at Artcore. Applications are welcome from artists working in any visual arts discipline, and with a cross-disciplinary practice.

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Expires: August 20, 2020


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