Gasworks International Fellowship: Britto, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Website: https://www.gasworks.org.uk/opportunities/fellowship-britto-dhaka-bangladesh/

Gasworks’ International Fellowships Programme offers UK-based artists the opportunity to undertake a residency at one of Gasworks’ partners abroad. Gasworks are now accepting applications from designers, researchers, writers, curators or editors for a fully funded residency at Britto, Dhaka, Bangladesh. This fellowship will offer the opportunity to spend two months supporting Britto with the development of a publication that charts their 15 years of activities. As a leading artist-run organisation in the contemporary art scene in Bangladesh, Britto has empowered, trained and supported generations of artists through a variety of grass-roots projects.

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Expires: April 30, 2018


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