European Light Expression Network Residencies

Website: http://www.curatedplace.com/enlight_2016_call_for_artists/

Four funded residency opportunities for mid-career artists across Europe to take part in new international partnerships developing installations that combine light and sound. The project invites four European artists to undertake collaborative residencies developing public-realm artwork with technical teams based in Manchester, Stavanger and Rome. The project will run a split residency format with each artist being invited to work with hosts over three visits. The residency offers an artist bursary of €2000 and will provide travel, accommodation and a sustenance budget.

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Expires: July 22, 2016


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