British Council Aarhus Residency

Website: http://design.britishcouncil.org/blog/2017/apr/10/open-call-aarhus-residency-2017/

The British Council, in partnership with the Creativity World Forum 2017 (CWF), is seeking applications from practitioners to participate in a residency programme in Aarhus, which will culminate with the CWF Conference (1 – 2 November 2017). The residency is for UK-based practitioners, who work at the intersections of art, design and architecture, and who have an interest in critical investigations and interventions into what constitutes design innovation. The conference theme is creative resilience. The residency will respond to the question: how to use creativity to develop cities on the rise. For the residency, they seek a practitioner to create a site specific work (design, architecture, fashion, performance or other spatial or speculative work) in Aarhus during the summer of 2017. The Residency award will consist of two return flights to Aarhus, accommodation, a grant of £1500 to cover subsistence for the 4 week residency and a production budget of £500.

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Expires: May 14, 2017


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