Digital Artists Residency

Website: https://coventry2021.co.uk/news/

Coventry City of Culture Trust invite an artist to produce a piece of work reflecting on the architecture, subculture and people of the city. The call is for a digital artist, but they are open to proposals from musicians, dancers, visual artists, architects and others who might use digital technology in their work. They want the selected artist/artists to produce a piece of work that can be shown at a site in the city or digitally on the web. A budget of £20,000 is available for a residency of up to 6-months from early 2017 to summer 2017 to include artist’s fees and any project costs.

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Expires: December 12, 2016


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