Corridor8 Art Writing Residency

Website: https://www.curatorspace.com/opportunities/detail/call-for-proposals-corridor-art-writing-residency-at-humber-street-gallery-hull/1582

The online platform for critical art writing, Corridor8, invites proposals for an early career writer-in-residence at Humber Street Gallery, Hull. The residency offers a fee, inclusive of travel costs, of £1,000. The successful applicant will spend at least 7 days in residence at Humber Street Gallery producing a 1,200 word piece of art writing and a day-long workshop and panel discussion. Applicants must be based in the North of England.

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Expires: September 30, 2017


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