Professional Development Residencies at londonprintstudio

Website: https://www.londonprintstudio.org.uk/blog/post/8165/Professional-Development-Opportunity/

londonprintstudio are looking for 3 people to join their 6 month long flexible residency programme which starts from September 2019. There are 3 residencies available in drawing, photography and Print. These residencies are designed for people wanting to sustain a career in the visual arts who are from lower income / non-professional backgrounds with at least an A level or equivalent in art. The residencies includes up to 12 hours one to one mentoring support. The residencies are designed to help artists develop and sustain an arts career and they specifically want to work with people who otherwise would be excluded from doing so.

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Expires: June 29, 2019


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