Eco-Syntax Residency

Website: https://www.propositionstudios.com/ecosyntax

Proposition Studios invites artists to apply for their new residency in Derbyshire. The Eco-Syntax Residency provides accommodation and large studios for up to 20 creatives, affording time and space for collaboration, project development and practice beyond the pressures of city life. With a focus on questioning the role of The Human As Part Of Ecology, the residency welcomes creatives who are dedicated to re-thinking our relationship with the biosphere. Residencies are designed to be as affordable and accessible as possible with prices starting at £100/month for a small room and up to £400/month for a very large room. All artists will be provided with large studio (included in the price) appropriate to their practices and will be invited to take part in the programme. The minimum residency term is 3 months and artists can stay for up to 12 months.

Expires: November 12, 2020


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