Gasworks International Fellowships

Website: http://www.gasworks.org.uk/opportunities/

Gasworks’ International Fellowships Programme offers UK-based artists the opportunity to undertake a residency at one of Gasworks’ partners abroad. The Programme enables artists to spend between 4 and 8 weeks in residence with a Triangle partner to carry out research and/or develop new work influenced by dialogue with the host organisation and a new artistic context. Two fellowships are open for applications: at HANGAR, an Artistic Research Centre located in Lisbon, Portugal, and at lugar a dudas, a non-profit  independent space based in Cali, Colombia. Each Fellowship offers accommodation,
a private workspace, basic living expenses, a materials budget and travel expenses.

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Expires: June 1, 2016


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