Near Now Fellowship

Website: https://nearnow.org.uk/fellowship

Near Now is Broadway’s (Nottingham) studio for arts, design and innovation. They invite applications for the Near Now Fellowship, their artistic and professional development programme, which, through curiosity and discovery, helps pioneering artists to explore and realise bold ideas. Applications are invited from artists, working in any art form, who use technology in their practice and/or explore the place and impact of technology in everyday life. The Near Now Fellowship is a national programme open to artists based anywhere in England who will not be in full-time or part-time education during the period of the Fellowship. Over the 12 month programme, the fellow will be offered time and resources for them to focus on their artistic and professional practice and test ideas for new work founded on rigorous research, access to mentoring from practitioners from Near Now’s existing networks or identified by Fellows and an opportunity to exhibit their work in Broadway’s Gallery and much more. Fellow will also receive financial support which includes: £6000 research and development stipend, £750 exhibition payment, £3000 towards production costs to showcase work emerging from the Fellowship and paid travel, accommodation and catering costs during residency periods at Broadway.

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Expires: June 12, 2018


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