Practice Makes Practice Residency

Website: http://thenewbridgeproject.com/news/opportunity-practice-makes-practice-social-residency/

Practice makes Practice ~ A Social Residency is a 1-month residency at The NewBridge Project. It will provide artists with time & space to reflect on their practice through interaction & collective co-existence. The residency will be based within NewBridge Studios, a community of over 80 artists in Newcastle.  The residency provides a bursary of £1200, accommodation, travel costs and a studio space at The NewBridge Project. The residency will be for 4 weeks, between October 2017 – March 2018. You must be an Associate Member of The NewBridge Project to apply. Membership costs £60 per year.

Expires: August 15, 2017


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