Creekside Artists Graduate Studio Award 2020

Website: https://www.creeksideartists.co.uk/Opportunities

Creekside Artists is proud to offer its third annual Graduate Studio Award. The recipient will receive a free desk space and access to their project space at Creekside Artists in Deptford, for a fixed period of 3 months, from 13th January – 19th April 2020, concluding with a small exhibition within the project space. The Award supports the development of a professional artist by providing studio space and peer support in the months since graduation. Students graduating from a BA in 2019 are invited to apply. Graduates with another studio of any kind, or who are currently enrolled on another course are not eligible.

Expires: December 2, 2019


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