Megalo Artist in Residence

Website: http://www.megalo.org/artist-in-residence-information

Megalo Print Studio + Gallery, based in Canberra, Australia, is a professional open-access printmaking studio providing facilities in screen printing on paper and fabric, etching, lithography and relief printing. This is a supported residency opportunity open to Australian and international artists at all stages of their careers. The selected artists will receive 6 weeks studio access, accommodation for the duration of the residency, a living allowance stipend of AU$2000, a materials stipend of AU$350 and can apply for additional travel allowance of up to AU$1000.

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Expires: October 31, 2017


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