Artsadmin’s Artists’ Bursary Scheme

Website: https://www.artsadmin.co.uk/artist-development/awards-further-support/artists-bursary-scheme

Applications to Artsadmin’s Artists’ Bursary Scheme are now open.  This year the Bursary Scheme will offer eight awards to UK-based artists working in live art and contemporary performance who have been making work for up to ten years. At least three of these bursaries will be offered to artists from culturally diverse backgrounds (BME: Black and Minority Ethnic) as part of Live Art UK’s Diverse Actions programme. Artsadmin welcomes applications from artists who are early on in making work as well as those with more established practices. The bursary offer includes: an award of £3,500; regular meetings with one of Artsadmin’s Artist Development team; a budget of £300 for mentoring with an artist, critical thinker or dramaturg; the opportunity to develop and/or present work at Toynbee Studios with technical, documentation and marketing support; advocacy; and access support.

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Expires: April 11, 2018


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