Future SPACE: Open Call

Website: www.spacestudios.org.uk/news/future_space_open_call/

In 2018 SPACE will be celebrating 50 years of supporting artists in London. To help mark this anniversary, proposals are invited from artists for small exhibitions and displays relating to the theme Future SPACE. We are interested in work that relates to the conditions of making art, the future for artists and the role that space in the city plays in this. Projects will be for display in our Front Gallery at 129-131 Mare Street, London E8. A budget of £500 is available per project. Applications are open to Visual Artists or visual arts groups who have been practicing professionally for no more than 10 years, since completing formal education. SPACE particularly welcomes applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Artists and Disabled Artists

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Expires: February 13, 2018


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