BBZ BLK BK: Alternative Graduate Show

Website: https://bbzblkbk.com/APPLY-FOR-THE-ALTERNATIVE-GRADUATE-SHOW

BBZ has joined forces with sorryyoufeeluncomfortable to create The BBZ BLK BK: Alternative Graduation Show .This is a call for artists who identify as queer womxn, trans & non-binary artists of Black Ancestry, who have graduated from practice based degrees either this year or last year to participate in a group show that will be hosted at Copeland Gallery London. 10 graduates will be selected by a panel of established artist to participate in the show. Each of the chosen artist will receive and artist fee and the costs for production of their work for the show will be covered. Travel an accommodation will be provided for selected artists that live outside of London on the dates of the exhibition.

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Expires: June 15, 2018


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