As Above So Below – Artists’ Residencies
Allenheads Contemporary Art is offering residency opportunities for artists to join its current arts, research and education programme, As Above So Below (AASB). The inspiration for AASB stems from the human condition of curiosity and ambition which prevent us from resting on what we see, understand and achieve – pursuing the potential of what might lay beyond recognisable horizons. They are looking for artists to engage with this enquiry, to gather information and inspiration from experts in other fields, to develop their practise in new ways and to create work that engages wide ranging audiences. They are offering 2 types of residencies: for experienced artists and for emerging artists. Up to three artists will be offered a two week residency working in any one or more of the AASB strands. Artists will be expected to develop their work (in any medium) relating to AASB and contribute to our ongoing programme of educational and public engagement events. ACA will offer accommodation, studio, exhibition or presentation opportunities and a fee of £750. A limited budget will be available for production/travel/event costs. The residency for emerging artists is for artists of any age who have graduated or restarted their practice in the last 3 years or those who can otherwise demonstrate how this residency would benefit the development of their practice. The residencies can be full or part time and can last between 1 to 3 months. ACA will provide accommodation, studio space, exhibition or performance opportunities and a weekly bursary of £100 (based on full time).
Expires: April 8, 2016
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