New Contemporaries Digital Residency

Website: https://www.newcontemporaries.org.uk/projects/new-contemporaries-digital-residency1

New Contemporaries have announced that applications are now open for their third, funded Digital Residency. This opportunity is open to NC alumni (2016-20) who identify as Black, Asian or ethnically diverse. The 8 week residency provides space and curatorial support, in addition to a £1,000 research and development bursary. Artists are invited to explore ideas, develop their research and create new works to share with audiences through New Contemporaries online channels. Applicants are invited to propose a project, highlighting how the residency will benefit their practice.

Expires: April 26, 2021


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