National Trust LGBTQ Residency

Website: https://www.dropbox.com/s/drt1hci89p6hr69/NT-LGBTQ%20residency%20call%20out%20-final.pdf?dl=0

The National Trust has planned a programme exploring LGBTQ heritage represented at its places, to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in England in 2017. They invite an artist or artist collaboration to develop a proposal in response to the theme for a 6-month residency and commission.  They are seeking an artist that has a specific interest in LGBTQ history. They would like the artist to engage the perspectives and stories of a diverse group of people including their staff, visitors and LGBTQ community. There is an artist fee of £8,000 and a production and expenses fee of £7,000 (to include production of work, travel, accommodation and expenses).
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Expires: January 17, 2017


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