Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019

Website: https://www.newcontemporaries.org.uk/submissions

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019 is now open for applications. Applications are welcome from final year students and recent graduates from UK art schools and non-affiliated alternative learning programmes. The selected artists will participate in the exhibition launch and its subsequent tour. If you are selected, you will be paid an artist’s fee and have reasonable travel and accommodation costs covered to the private view of both exhibitions. Selected artists also have access to other professional development opportunities such as mentoring, studio bursaries and shaping the public programme with our partners. There is a £25 (inclusive of VAT) administrative fee.

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Expires: January 28, 2019


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