Newcastle University Artist in Residence
Fine Art at Newcastle University and the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art invite artists who use clay in their practice to apply for the Norma Lipman Trust & Baltic/Fellowship for artists. This opportunity to take up a one-year post is open to artists using clay in their practice. The artist will be based in the Fine Art studios at Newcastle University, producing new work for a show at BALTIC. Candidates who are using clay in innovative ways, or in combination with other materials and processes are encouraged to apply. The Fellowship will lead towards a solo exhibition at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art which will take place after the completion of the residency. The artist will also teach Fine Art students (averaging 5 hours per week) and engage with the public through talks and workshops at BALTIC. The artist will be paid £28,982 to 30,738 a year.
Expires: July 10, 2016
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