Atopic Art Micro-Residency

Website: http://www.ascus.org.uk/atopic-art-micro-residency-open-call/

ASCUS announces a micro-residency within the School of Medicine and Ninewells Hospital, Dundee. They are offering two artists the opportunity for an eczema based art-science residency and commission between January – April 2017. These opportunities are open to artists working in the following disciplines: Multi-art form, Crafts, Dance, Design, Film/TV, Visual Arts, Digital. Participating artists are being asked to produce new work at the end of the residency which responds to this specific working context. The residency offers the following fees: emerging artist: £2,614 (1-2 days per week over 3 months); established artist: £3,844 (1-2 days per week over 3 months). There is also a materials budget of up to £1,000 per artist and a travel budget available.

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Expires: December 2, 2016


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