Into the Wild

Website: http://chisenhale.co.uk/chisenhale/into-the-wild-call-out-2016-2017/

Into the Wild is a free artist development programme led by artist members of Chisenhale Studios, which aims to support and inspire artists in the early stages of their career by providing practical advice, as well as offering opportunities for creative development. The programme begins with a taught course followed by off-site residencies in association with an external organisation. Throughout the year, two curators will meet regularly with participants to host crits and plan events/projects such as a group show during Chisenhale Open Weekend (Oct 2017). Participants will also be matched with a relevant studio artist for an individual one-to-one mentoring session. Practicing UK based artists who have completed BA degree courses in the last one to three years (including 2016 graduates) are eligible to apply. They will also consider artists who have undertaken an equivalent level of training/education and are at the same stage in their careers. They will not consider artists who have completed an MA. A small travel bursary fund is available for artists travelling from beyond London.

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Expires: September 14, 2016


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