Random String Fellowship
Ludic Rooms are inviting artists from across disciplines to apply for the Random String Fellowship. It is a development programme based in the West Midlands to explore interactive technology, involving mentoring, group development sessions and access to technology. There is no expectation that the Fellowship will result in a new body of work; this is an opportunity to experiment. The 6 Fellows will just be required to contribute to a blog and present their work in progress at the Random String Symposium at Warwick Arts Centre on 10 June and talk about their findings at the end of the programme at Coventry Pecha Kucha. The fellowship offers a stipend of £800 and £200 worth of technology for artists to use in their enquiry and keep afterwards.
Expires: April 18, 2016
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