Artquest & ACAVA Lifeboat Award Residency

Website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/project/life-boat/

Open exclusively to artists who completed an MA at one of UAL’s colleges in 2017. The successful artist will have a year long studio residency in ACAVA’s Limehouse Studios from February 2018 to February 2019 to collaborate with 3 other artists.

The award includes:

  • A fully funded shared studio (448 square feet) split between four selected artists for a year in ACAVA’s Limehouse Studios worth £6,000
  • A shared £1,800 award to establish a peer mentoring group with their selected studio mates and an extended network of up to 8 other artists
  • Six one to one mentoring sessions over the course of the year with a respected artist, gallerist or other art world professional
  • Promotion of activities through Artquest and partners’ newsletters and social media channels

Expires: December 18, 2017


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