Kettle’s Yard – Open House: Artist in Residence 2020/21
Kettle’s Yard and their neighbouring communities in North Cambridge are looking to commission an excellent programme conceived by an artist for the 6th edition of Open House: Evolving City artist residency. Kettle’s Yard’s Open House community programme aims to empower communities in North Cambridge to actively shape the cultural life of their city through developing innovative and engaging projects in collaboration with the very best artists working today. This is a unique opportunity for an artist with a socially engaged practice to co-produce new work through dialogue and workshops with the community. From March 2020 to February 2021, the artist will be ‘in residence’ in North Cambridge, working alongside community groups and individuals to collaboratively realise an innovative and inspiring art project. This will lead to a public presentation or celebratory event at the end of the residency in a community setting. The residency also asks artists and community to think about the ways in which the project can connect to Kettle’s Yard. The artist will receive a fee of £6,000 for 20 days (140 Hours) working directly with communities, a fee of £1,500 for research, administration, meetings and evaluation time, and a budget of up to £3,000 for production costs.
Expires: December 2, 2019
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