Philosophy and Visual Art Residency

Website: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/philosophy/research/cpva.aspx

King’s College London’s Centre for Philosophy and Visual Art (CPVA), in partnership with Kunsthuis SYB (the Netherlands), is inviting artists to apply for their joint residency programme. This two-stage residency is an opportunity for artists with an existing interest or curiosity in philosophy to be included in university life and develop their research, after which they will be awarded a six week residency in Kunsthuis SYB (Netherlands) to develop new work. Applicants working in any discipline or media are invited write a proposal in response to a topic discussed one of two lecture series. The resulting works (finished or in progress) will be shown at presentations at the end of the artists’ stay at Kunsthuis SYB, and later in the year at a presentation at King’s College London. The CPVA offers a fee of £700, and up to a further £500 in expenses. Kunsthuis SYB offers accommodation and studio space, and a budget of €1000 for living expenses and materials.

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Expires: December 1, 2016


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