Jerwood New Work Fund

Website: https://jerwoodarts.org/opportunities/new-work-fund/

The Jerwood New Work Fund provides funding for artists, artistic groups and artist-led organisations to undertake research, development and creation of new work that will bring about a step-change in their practice and profile. It aims to advance artistic practice by encouraging applicants to investigate their creative process and take risks that lead to the development of unique new works destined to connect with a public audience. To apply for funds of between £5,000 and £25,000 you must be a practicing artists, curator and/or producer, within the first ten years of starting a professional practice (this can be self-defined), willing to be bold and take risks, outside of formal education and living and working in the UK.

Expires: June 3, 2019


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