Griffin Gallery Project-Based Residencies

Website: http://griffingallery.co.uk/residencies/project-based

Griffin Gallery invite proposals from any practising artist for ad hoc, project based residencies. Artists will be offered space, materials and specialised knowledge to develop projects focussed on the interaction, composition or application of Fine Art materials or on another activity in the Studio Building. All practising artists are eligible to apply. Proposals will be assessed on their innovative nature, viability and availability of the artists’ studios. All completed and returned proposal forms will be kept on file and reviewed in March, June, September and December. Applicants will be informed by the 10th of the month if they are to be invited to Griffin Gallery at the end of the month for interview. Projects will be timetabled approximately six months in advance.

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Expires: April 1, 2017


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