How to be together again – Residencies at home

Website: https://deptfordx.org/residenciesathome/

Deptford X is pleased to offer 6 one month paid residency opportunities for artists, writers and/or thinkers to begin developing work or research on the subject of ‘how to be together again’. With talk of ‘returning to normal’ applications are welcomed from those whom ‘normal’ doesn’t serve them to think through the question ‘how to be together again’. Deptford X are are particularly interested in hearing from disabled, sick*, queer, non-binary and BAME applicants whose experiences of Covid19 and lockdown draw lines between pre-pandemic structural violences and post-pandemic desires and fears. £800 residency fee per artist.

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Expires: June 10, 2020


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