Gefail yr Ynys Artist in Residency

Website: http://www.addocreative.com/gefail-yr-ynys-artist-in-residency-opportunities/

Addo are inviting applications from artists and makers with a collaborative/ participative approach to undertake a residency based at the forge at Gefail yr Ynys in Caernarfon, Wales. This residency is a collaborative project between the Arts Council of Wales, Stamp and Addo. The residency offers a bursary of £2,000 for 1 month starting in July 2017. The artist/designer/maker will be someone interested in working within the forge setting, but not necessarily an experienced metalworker. They are interested in receiving proposals from artists with an established practice interested in contemporary craft, environment, architecture or design with previous experience of working with others to develop ideas. This opportunity is open to UK and International Artists. There is also a second residency opportunity for a Gwynedd-based early career artist or maker.

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Expires: June 16, 2017


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