Elysiumgallery Residency

Website: http://www.elysiumgallery.com/call-out-for-artists-im-not-from-round-here/

From the Station to the Sea and elysiumgallery are offering an artist residency opportunity at their High Street venue in Swansea to begin in July 2016. From the Station to the Sea is an Arts Council Wales-funded project about Swansea High Street, co-ordinated by Volcano Theatre and Coastal Housing Group, both of which are based on Swansea High Street. elysiumgallery runs a gallery and artist work spaces across three venues in the city, including studios where the residency will take place. For this residency, they are interested in working with an artist who can offer fresh eyes on Swansea High Street – an artist who’s not from round here. They are interested in hearing from artists working in any medium who are curious to spend time somewhere that’s new to them and to share that experience with other artists and the wider community. There is a payment of £2000. Travel and accommodation expenses are also available.

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Expires: April 25, 2016


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