LCB residency and exhibition bursary

Website: http://www.lcbdepot.co.uk/opportunities

LCB Depot in Leicester is offering four Artist Development Bursaries, funded by Arts Council England, to be delivered between September 2018 and February 2019. LCB’s Main Bursary is a residency-based opportunity which will allow you time and space to develop your practice and reach a public audience through the development of new work and which can be exhibited to a public audience. LCB are happy to receive applications from artists and performers of all disciplines, but note they would preferably consider applications that evidence how they will physically occupy the space throughout the residency. This bursary includes £2000 to be used for materials/ equipment/living expenses, a month long residency in Lightbox, LCB’s gallery and coach to support you in your career development. In receiving the bursary you will be expected to commit to using the space at least four times a week and Deliver an event for the public.

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Expires: September 3, 2018


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