Home Made Commission

Website: http://kwmc.org.uk/about/opportunities/jobs/

Knowle West Media Centre, Bristol, is leading a programme of work, Home Made, that brings together a multi-disciplinary team of local people, artists, designers, architects and policy experts to collaboratively explore new approaches to housing that are citizen-led, working with Knowle West as a participatory test-space. Home Made offers the opportunity for a commissioned artist to immerse themselves in the  debate around citizen-led housing, contribute to a prototyping process, and create their own new work in response to this agenda. There is a budget of £1,500 for artist fees. There is an additional materials budget. KWMC will be able to provide producer assistance for the project, including project management, community engagement, technical support, research assistance, press and communications, and studio space, as well as access to KWMC’s digital fabrication space, connections with the wider research team, and participation in a series of workshops on the future of citizen-led housing.

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Expires: January 6, 2017


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