Peer Forum at Cubitt

Website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/project/peer-forum-2017/

Applications are open for PEER FORUM 2017 at Cubitt. This opportunity will provide selected artists with £1,800 of funding to run their own peer mentoring group at Cubitt. Cubitt welcomes applications from artist and practitioners from the broadest range of backgrounds and those experiencing financial, social and/or other access challenges.

PEER FORUM is an annual project run by Artquest in partnership with arts organisations around London which support artists in establishing the peer networks that are vital to sustaining their practices and careers. As a peer-led, artist-focussed organisation, Cubitt is keen to find new ways to support artists and their practice. Along with a recently launched public programme of events, workshops and learning opportunities, Cubitt hosts a Peer Forum to facilitate other alternative and grassroots approaches to peer-led practice, learning and self-organisation. Applications from groups of artist who have an existing informal relationship is encouraged.

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Expires: March 27, 2017


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