Conway Hall Residency

Website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/project/conway-hall-residency/

Applications are now open to a new annual research residency  in partnership with Conway Hall Humanist Library and Archives.  This is an opportunity for a London based artist, working in any medium, with at least 5 years’ experience working outside of education, to develop their practice responding to the collections of the Conway Hall Humanist Library and Archives. Artquest particularly welcomes application from artists whose proposals explore or relate to our annual theme of Work. Please note, this is not a studio residency and applicants are expected to have their own studio / workspace to complete any work. One selected artist will receive an award of £3000 to engage with the collections of the Conway Hall Humanist Library and Archives, an additional award for a public facing event showcasing the thinking and research undertaken during the residency and Privileged access to the Library’s staff and archives.

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Expires: July 15, 2019


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