ENLIGHT Residencies

Website: http://www.curatedplace.com/enlight2017/

Four funded residency opportunities for mid-career artists across Europe to take part in new international partnerships developing installations that combine light and sound. Curated Place with SPECTRA Festival  in partnership with MIRIAD at the Manchester School of Art (UK), I/O Lab in Stavanger (Norway), and Fondazione Mondo Digitale in Rome (Italy), are offering artists the opportunity to participate in a new programme and network producing and promoting light and sound artworks – exploring the meeting point of art, technology and design. Artists will be invited to undertake several short residencies with their host organisations – supported by their teams of technologists and technicians to create a new public realm work for exhibition in our existing festivals. The project will provide all travel, accommodation and a sustenance budget and an artist bursary of €2000.

Expires: April 1, 2017


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