The Drawing Room Residency

Website: http://www.orieldavies.org/en/news/articles/artist-residency-call-drawing-room

Oriel Davies Gallery in Wales invites artists and makers with a background in participatory practice to take up residency in The Drawing Room between 22 October and 25 February 2017. They are seeking proposals from, but not limited to visual, installation and digital artists, performance and live artists, filmmakers, creative writers, illustrators and craft specialists (ceramics, textiles, metalwork etc.) to occupy The Drawing Room and produce a mix of artistic engagement activities for visitors, creative interventions in the space and opportunities for documenting and sharing. They welcome proposals for 1-3 day residencies, which involve at least one workshop/activity session or culminate in a sharing event, this could be a performance, intervention, demonstration or talk. There is nominal fee of £200 – £500 available for residencies of 1-3 days. Additional budgets for materials and expenses (a maximum of £100 for each) are available.

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Expires: August 5, 2016


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