The Morning Boat Residency

Website: http://morningboat.com/index.php/apply/

The morning boat is an international artist residency on the island of Jersey that aims to generate a discourse on issues and practices that are central to the island’s economy, social fabric and way of life. Activities focus on local industries that are often referred to as the foundations of the island economy – Agriculture, finance and tourism – and their impact on people’s lives. Projects will be developed specifically for the island of Jersey. Work will take place in public spaces and every-day working environments, in collaboration with the local community. Artists will receive an artist fee of between 1800 and 2000 pounds for a period of approximately four weeks in Jersey. Travel expenses will be reimbursed and accommodation will be provided. A small production budget will be available for materials and a network of partners are standing by to provide additional material and logistical support.

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Expires: February 10, 2017


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