Radio Arts Catalyst Artist Residency

Website: https://www.artscatalyst.org/news/call-applicants-radio-arts-catalyst-artist-residency

Arts Catalyst is pleased to offer an exciting new residency opportunity for four UK-based early career practitioners from BIPOC backgrounds who are interested in expanding their practices into the digital and broadcast medium. Residents are invited to develop experimental sound-based work, testing out new aural approaches and sonic modes of artistic inquiry, with mentoring support. Emerging artists, artist collectives and cultural practitioners whose work engages with ongoing techno-social, political and/or environmental challenges and who are keen to expand  their practices through sound and broadcasting are encouraged to apply.  Successful applicants will receive £1000 artist fee and £500 towards production costs.

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Expires: October 29, 2020


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