DIY Cultures

Website: http://diycultures.tumblr.com/opportunities

DIY Cultures 2017 is a day-long festival of zines, artist books, comics, talks, films, exhibitions and workshops at Rich Mix, London. They invite applications to participate in the event. They are offering a commission for an artist, designer or carpenter to build or assemble a communal table/structure for artists’ publications, with a fee of £500 plus £150 for materials, and another commission for an interactive/technology artwork, with a fee of £500. The deadline for these commissions is 20th March.

They are also looking to commission six workshops exploring different aspects of DIY culture including one zine-based workshop, with a fee of £100 for a 45 minute workshop. In addition, they invite submissions of existing films (including animations) and GIFs to screen, and publications and zines exploring the theme DIY Knowledge. The deadline for workshops, films and publications is 5th March.

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Expires: March 20, 2017


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