CUT Festival

Website: http://www.cutfestival.com/

CUT Festival – The Art of Barbering is a 10 day multidisciplinary arts festival that explores how artists, barbers and activists use barbering to creatively explore the themes of race, gender and community. The festival will take place across multiple venues in East London, including Toynbee Studios, Archive Gallery and various barbershops throughout the area. They are inviting UK-based artists and artists groups of all ages, backgrounds and disciplines (with up to 10 years of professional experience) to submit work which responds to the themes of the festival. All art disciplines will be considered. Each selected artist will receive a budget of £1000 to cover artists fees and materials. All works must be achievable within this budget and be ready to be presented/performed by 24th February 2017.

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