fourbythree: fully-funded exhibition for early career artists

Website: https://huxleyparlour.com/exhibition-opportunity-x-mentorship-program/

Fourbythree is a new initiative which will award four emerging artists a fully-funded exhibition at the Huxley-Parlour gallery project space in Piccadilly throughout 2022.  Each selected artist will receive a  £5000 grant to realise their exhibition. The selection will focus on recent graduates with multi-disciplinary and installation-based practices. Applications are encouraged  from UK based under-represented and lower socio-economic backgrounds to provide the opportunity and to create a space for those often neglected by the established art community.

Expires: September 11, 2021


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