LUX Emergent Producer/Curator Desk Residency

Website: https://lux.org.uk/writing/curator-producer-desk-residency

LUX is offering an emerging producer (of film or events) and/or curator involved with moving image a desk residency for a one year period.  The selected applicant(s) will work independently throughout this period alongside LUX staff, but will be in residence at LUX’s building in Waterlow Park, Highgate. They will have free access to: desk space for up to 5 days per week; the LUX library and collection; mentoring; advice from the LUX staff; events, as well as introductions to LUX professional networks and negotiation of LUX spaces for public events.  The opportunity is open to individuals as well as collectives.

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Expires: January 8, 2018


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