City & Guilds Art School Artist Residency

Website: http://www.artsjobs.org.uk/arts-news/post/artist-residency-available-from-february-to-september-2017/

Early career artists whose main practice is based in either painting, sculpture or installation are invited to apply for an artist residency running from February to September 2017 at City & Guilds of London Art School. The residency scheme provides a small studio base for the first 6 months, and up to 18 days access to the Art School’s facilities to be negotiated individually, then access to a larger studio space through July and August to complete work for an end of residency show. Facilities available include: printmaking; plaster casting; forge; small foundry; wood workshop; glass workshop and drawing studio. In return the artist will be invited to engage with the Fine Art Department’s community of students and staff through attending student seminars and group critiques, participating in student mentoring, and will be asked to give talks on their own practice as it develops throughout the residency.

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Expires: January 8, 2017


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