Newcastle University Artist in Residence

Website: http://www.artandeducation.net/announcement/seeking-an-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.

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Expires: July 10, 2016


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