Connect/Exchange Residencies

Website: http://projects.northernmedia.org/connect-exchange

Connect/Exchange is a national UK residency scheme led by Northern Film & Media for artists with a screen-based practice. Artists are supported with the initial research & development of a new project via a two-part residency, together with associated professional networking and events. Part One is an orientation week providing time for initial introductions, networking, initial research and making appropriate connections for the development of the artist’s project. Part Two provides access to host partner facilities over a two month period to undertake the research and development the artists propose. The host partners are Chapter (Cardiff)Metal (Liverpool)BALTICThe NewBridge Project (NewcastleGateshead), and Stills (Edinburgh). The residencies offer a fee of £2000-£2500, plus funding for materials, travel and accomodation.

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Expires: January 16, 2017


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