Litmus Commission and Residency

Website: http://www.orieldavies.org/en/news/articles/litmus-open-call-parts-2-3

Litmus is an exhibition and development programme offering curatorial and practical support for five early career artists based in Wales and the Welsh Borders to research, develop and present new work at Oriel Davies. Artists are invited to submit applications for either Litmus Commission or Litmus Residency. The Litmus Commission is an opportunity to test out an idea and bring into reality the next stage of the artist’s practice. The Litmus Residency is an opportunity for time and space to explore emergent strands of practice. The opportunity offers a fee of £600 and an additional budget of £400 for expenses. Artists based in Wales and the Welsh Borders are eligible to apply.

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Expires: May 22, 2017


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