Micro Residency Programme

Website: http://www.edinburghsculpture.org/opportunities-featured/micro-residency-programme-201718-call-applications/

Applications are invited from artists working in any medium for the 2017/18 Micro Residency Programme at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.

The Micro Residency programme is a research and development opportunity for artists at any stage of their career. Designed to foster experimentation and innovation, the Micro Residencies allow the participants to engage in an intensive six week period of production, testing and investigation while living in the onsite apartments.

There are four Micro Residencies throughout the year with each lasting six weeks, artists will receive:

– £1,000 stipend
– Studio
– Accommodation
– Training and support from the technical team in material processes and   equipment
– Support from the programme team
– Access to all workshops / spaces
– 1 year’s Membership of ESW

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Expires: April 28, 2017


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