Kingsgate Project Space: Artist Residency Open Call
Kingsgate Project Space is recruiting a new series of studio residencies for artists at key stages in their career with a special focus on recent graduates. Residencies will provide artists with the opportunity to develop a new body of work to be presented in a solo exhibition or similar at Kingsgate Project Space. Selected artists are encouraged to think about their exhibitions as an extension of the studio residency rather than as its culmination. This is a research and experimental residency rather than a production based one; with a focus on discussion, collaboration and experimentation. As part of the residency each artist will receive 6 – 9 month studio residency with private studio space, a £500 bursary and Mentoring support from curators, peers, artists and other visiting arts professionals. Applications are welcome from artists who have graduated within the last five years from either graduate or postgraduate education institutions. There are no age restrictions, and applicants need not have recently completed their studies if a suitable case can be made why this is the right time to benefit from this opportunity. Applications are accepted from collaborative artists or collectives, although the funding awards cannot be increased to reflect the number of participant artists.
Expires: April 14, 2019
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