Axisweb Award: Project Commission

Website: https://www.axisweb.org/awards/project-commission/

The Axisweb Project Commission seeks to support members who require additional resources and support to develop and disseminate their ideas. There will be two rounds of the Project Commission in 2020 supporting two awards, one per round. Successful recipients each receive £1,000 and access to advice and support from Axisweb staff / Trustees. This is an outcome focused opportunity for an artist to complete and disseminate a current project. Applicants must be able to indicate how the proposed project relates to the development of their artistic practice. We are especially interested in artists that can demonstrate why it is the right time in their artistic career for them to receive this support. You must be a member of Axisweb to apply.

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Expires: February 17, 2020


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