Pacitti Company Think Tank Residencies

Website: https://www.pacitticompany.com/apply-for-a-residency

Pacitti Company Think Tank Residencies provide space for artists to research and develop new ideas and projects in their White Room. Each residency is offered for a period of one or two weeks, with local accommodation and breakfast provided. They will offer up to six residencies a year. Priority will be given to artists developing radical practices for social change. They specifically encourage approaches from those prioritising the politics of visibility (and invisibility) for artists of colour, queer artists, disabled artists, and non-binary or trans artists; also makers working with performance, live art, installation, experiments in sound + music, projects exploring heritage + place, developing new directions in work for kids + families, or meaningful engagement with young people. Think Tank is located in Ipswich.

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Expires: July 16, 2020


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