Jerwood Arts: Jerwood Bursaries

Website: https://jerwoodarts.org/opportunities/jerwood-bursaries/

Jerwood Bursaries provide funding of up to £1,250 to help you explore and develop your practice by enabling you to gain new skills and knowledge. A Jerwood Bursary can support your development by funding meaningful opportunities to reflect on and grow your creative practice. This might include new partners for collaboration, receiving mentoring or taking part in training, conferences and workshops. It can support development of your creative practice by covering the costs of self-initiated residencies and by supporting early-stage research and testing of brand new ideas. Funded activity must begin after 4 May 2020 and activity that has taken place before this date cannot be supported. It is expected that the activity will take place within 12 months of funds being awarded.

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Expires: March 9, 2020


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