ICAF Lagos Artist-In-Residence

Website: https://icaflagos.com/icaf2017/

ICAF (Iwaya Community Art Festival) Lagos 2017 is calling for works and artistic ideas from artists that explore issues in the area of spiritual, economical, sociological, ecological and marital dimensions of displacement/migration taking place both inside and outside of the African continent. ICAF Lagos 2017 shall invite five artists (local and/or international) to participate in the first Artist-In-Residence (AIR) programme, which is a month’s residency in Iwaya community in November, to exhibit their work(s) during the Iwaya Community Art Festival in December 2017. As the use of both alternative and abandoned spaces are central to the presentation, they are looking for works that could be immediately printed with the use of different techniques for public space and site-specific works/performances. The residency offers accommodation, daily allowance and production costs.

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Expires: August 31, 2017


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