MMCA Residency Changdong

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MMCA Residency Changdong, run by the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea (MMCA), is now receiving applications for the International Artists Residency Program 2017. Visual Arts over 25 years old are eligible to apply. Each residency last approx. 2 months and provides a private studio with accommodation included and a monthly grant of KRW 1,000,000(approx. 687 GBP) per month for living costs.

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Expires: September 30, 2016


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