Dorothy Una Ratcliffe Artist Fellowship

Website: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/acorn-bank/features/call-for-applicants-for-the-2017-dorothy-una-ratcliffe-artist-fellowship-at-acorn-bank

The National Trust is offering a 3-month artist residency and commission opportunity at Acorn Bank through its annual Dorothy Una Ratcliffe Artist Fellowship award. Artists at any stage in their professional careers, working in any discipline (or across them), who are living and working in the UK and not currently studying are welcome to apply.  This is a residential opportunity within a National Trust house in Cumbria, the former home of Dorothy Una Ratcliffe – author, poet and patron of the arts. The residency will take place from May – July 2017, with an exhibition/presentation period from August – October 2017. The artist will be provided with accommodation and a studio on site. Indoor and outdoor locations across Acorn Bank can be considered for the final outcome. There is an artist fee of £3500 and a production budget of £4000 to cover the residency period and delivery of the presented outcome.

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Expires: February 16, 2017


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