Experimental Studio Residency

Website: http://experimentalstudio.org.uk/residencies

Based at Abject Gallery in Newcastle upon Tyne, The Experimental Studio is a 3 week in-gallery residency to create new work, culminating in a 2 week exhibition. The residency will take place between July and August 2017. Residencies are open to artists in any field of practice. There are no restrictions in terms of age or nationality of artists, although applicants should note that this is a non-residential opportunity and any required accommodation must be arranged by the artist. The residency will include an artists’ bursary of £1000 for exhibition ready work.

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Expires: March 31, 2017


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