Near Now Fellowship

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

Near Now is Broadway’s (Nottingham) studio for arts, design and innovation. They invite applications for the the Near Now Fellowship, their artistic and professional development programme. The Near Now Fellowship is aimed at emerging to mid-career artists. 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. Three Near Now Fellows will be selected, at least one of whom will be an artist using screen-based technology in their practice. The Near Now Fellowship is a national programme open to artists based anywhere in England. They aim to select at least one artist based in the Midlands and all Fellows should be committed to producing and presenting work in the Midlands. Over the ten month programme, three selected Fellows will receive support to originate and publicly present work. Each Near Now Fellow will receive: £5908 Research & Development Stipend; £1000 towards R&D resources and materials; £1000 towards mentors’ fees and the cost of research visits; £3000 towards production costs (including any collaborators’ fees) to stage the work emerging from the Fellowship; travel to and from Nottingham, accommodation and catering during residency periods.

Expires: April 4, 2017


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