Fashion Space Gallery Residency

Website: http://www.fashionspacegallery.com/residency/

Fashion Space Gallery announces its third annual residency for 2017. The residency was created to support designers working within fashion or associated fields, in particular those whose practice is experimental and hard to define. London-based designers with an existing practice and a background in disciplines such as fashion, textiles, footwear and jewellery, with a strong interest in cross-disciplinary and experimental practice, are invited to apply. The selected resident will work collaboratively – assembling their own team or working with a team that Fashion Space Gallery helps to organise. Fashion Space Gallery will select one project, helping to produce, present and promote the work over a twelve-month development process. The selected Design Resident (and his/her collaborator/s) will be awarded a £10,000 project development budget and resources to develop their work, including access to design and fabrication studios at the London College of Fashion.

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Expires: November 7, 2016


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