Lewisham Art House Graduate Studio Scheme 2018

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Lewisham Arthouse are pleased to announce the 9th round of their Graduate Studio Award Scheme and invite all recent London-based (or those relocating) graduate visual artists to apply. The award offers recent graduates a fantastic, free opportunity to continue developing their practice in a 200ft studio based within their artist-led cooperative. The scheme encourages the selected artist to utilise the facilities, participate in and draw on the lively community to produce and present new work. Towards the end of the scheme, the awardee will be invited to share the outcomes of the residency in a form of their choosing (past awardees have hosted events, presented exhibitions, symposium and even organised gigs). Currently the scheme is offered to recent graduates. MA or BA level, applying within two years of graduation. You are eligible to apply if you are currently studying and graduate in September 2018.

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Expires: September 9, 2018


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