Chisenhale Studios Summer Residencies

Website: https://chisenhale.co.uk/studios/call-for-applications-studio4-summer-residencies-2020/

Chisenhale Studios are inviting proposals for Studio4 Residencies. Residencies will take place between April and September 2020, ranging between four and six weeks depending on your project needs (special exceptions can be made on timescales depending on need). The residencies provide free use of the Studio4 Project Space to artists seeking a short-term studio to develop an idea or execute a project. The aim of each residency is to provide opportunity for a visual artist to experiment with new work or ideas in a fresh, uncluttered space that facilitates sharing and participation while making artistic processes visible to new audiences. In exchange for use of the studio, the artist undertaking each residency is expected to engage a wider artistic network as well as people who live and work in our local area, involving them in the artistic process through the development of the work itself or a few small public events, showings, workshops, studio conversations etc. Ideally, smaller open-door sessions could also happen during the residency, as an opportunity to engage with other Chisenhale members.

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Expires: February 20, 2020


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