Dover Prize Fund

Website: http://www.cdcf.org.uk/apply-for-a-grant/grants-for-individuals/dover-prize-fund

The Dover Prize is a 2-year bursary of £10,000. The bursary will be awarded to an artist or artists to provide them with time to think, research, reflect and/or experiment with new ideas that will create work to be premiered in Darlington. This opportunity is open to any UK-based creative practitioner, individual or collective and will be awarded for work that meets the aims of the Dover Prize in raising the profile of contemporary arts in Darlington to make a positive impact on the town. The bursary can be in any art form, including digital technology and new media. Applications are welcome from artists working in the visual arts fields including painting, sculpture, ceramics, print-making, photography, digital art, film-making and installations.

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Expires: September 30, 2016


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