RAW Lab – Artist Residency

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Bow Arts are inviting expressions of interest for the 3rd RAW Lab residency at Royal Albert Wharf, Newham, taking place from February to May 2018.  It is open to fine artists, designers and makers.  The residency offers a free practical workspace; a commission to make new work; and opportunities to deliver a programme of public activity and display work in the space.  The resident artist should be happy to interact with the public on an ongoing, informal basis.  Fully formed proposals are not expected at this stage.  There will be a fee of up to £4,000, made up of a £2,500 artist fee and £1,500 towards equipment and materials.

 

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Expires: December 12, 2017


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