Penrhyn Castle Residency

Website: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/penrhyn-castle/features/open-call-could-you-be-penrhyn-castles-next-artist-in-residence

The National Trust, through a partnership with Arts Council of Wales is engaging in a 3-year programme of creative residencies at Penrhyn Castle. Applications are now invited from an artist/collaboration/group of artists for a 12 months part time residency at Penrhyn Castle, September 2016 – October 2017. This opportunity is open to visual artists working in any media and aimed at experienced artists who have been delivering large-scale projects in the public domain.  A fee of £30,000 is available with £6,000 for materials /presentation.

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Expires: July 18, 2016


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