Jerwood Arts / FACT Digital Fellowship

Website: https://www.fact.co.uk/news/2020/08/artist-opportunity-jerwood-arts-fact-digital-fellowship

In partnership with Jerwood Arts, FACT is pleased to invite emerging artists, curators, technologists, and cultural activists, in particular those from underrepresented backgrounds, to apply for a new paid remote residency and artistic development opportunity this Autumn. Residencies will be mostly digital, with outcomes presented online and/or at FACT in early 2021. Candidates are invited to experiment with, and extend what is possible through, online arts programming, but there are also opportunities to travel to and stay in Liverpool if it suits the successful candidate’s way of working and proposal development. Each of he 3 selected Fellow will receive a £4000 fee and production budget, as well as travel, accommodation and per diems for the final presentations, as well as any other agreed upon visits. As an emerging artist’s development opportunity, applicants must have been working on their practice for at least three years post-education, but for no more than ten years. Proposals will not be accepted from applicants currently in formal education, including postgraduate study. Applicants must be based in the UK.

Expires: September 14, 2020


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