Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2018

Website: http://www.newcontemporaries.org.uk/about/submissions

DEADLINE EXTENDED.  New Contemporaries is now open for applications.  This year New Contemporaries will accept submissions from a number of non-degree awarding programmes, as well as Fine Art students in their final year of study and 2017 graduates.  The selected artists will participate in the exhibition launch and its subsequent tour, receiving exhibition/performance fees and reimbursement of travel expenses and accommodation costs.  In addition to this, the selected artists will have access to one-to-one mentoring support and a studio bursary.  There is an application fee of £25.

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