Hospitalfield Residencies: Summer and Autumn 2018

Website: http://hospitalfield.org.uk/residencies/opportunities/

Hospitalfield invites applications for its Summer and Autumn residencies, which will take place over 4 weeks in July and September 2018. Selected artists will receive a £1000 research and development bursary.  Full board catering is provided, as well as 24 hour access to studio space, and a programme of visits and discussion. The Residency Programme at Hospitalfield provides opportunities for visual artists and other cultural practitioners to focus on the development of a specific idea, project or the development of new work. Participants in the programme live and work in the house, studios, gardens and courtyards of the estate in the small fishing town of Arbroath, Scotland.  Students are not eligible to apply to this residency.

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Expires: January 22, 2018


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