Kim Fielding Award

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The Kim Fielding Award (KFA) invites submissions to its annual award. The Award provides financial and artistic support and critical engagement,for the Awardee/s to advance their artistic and professional development over a period of three months (anticipated to be July – September 2016). This will involve the production of an exhibition,event or publicly accessible activity in Cardiff,Wales. The Award includes a budget of up to £5,000 for artist fees and production of the project. The KFA does not have a building of its own,but has relationships with organisations and individuals in Cardiff,and is keen to work with them to help deliver the awarded project. The award is open to individuals and groups based in the UK.

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Expires: March 31, 2016


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