KARST Curatorial

Website: http://karst.org.uk/opencall.php

KARST, an independent, artist-led contemporary art venue in Plymouth, is announcing an international open call to curators, collaborators and artists to submit exhibition proposals for 2017/18. They are particularly interested in projects that seek to exhibit challenging and experimental work, engaging with new ideas of research through critical dialogue and experimentation in contemporary visual arts. Proposals for new works or existing works including events and research projects will be considered. Selected projects will be provided with funding towards an exhibition production budget in addition to technical and administrative support.

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Expires: April 25, 2016


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