Research Residency and Exhibition
A is for Apple is an art project that looks at how Brexit will affect apple farming in England and artists are invited to respond to what is happening. The project is open to up to 4 artists who work within but not limited to the fields of digital art, installation, interactive art, performance, photography, poetry, sound art, video art, writing and cross-disciplinary mediums. Selected artists will each be staying in one apple farming location for a week in September for a research residency at a working apple farm. At the end of each residency, the artist will be required to lead one workshop that will be open to the public. The artists will also participate in a summative exhibition in London in October. Selected artists will each receive £450 honorarium for participating in the project, and up to £150 for materials fees. Travel expenses will be covered and organised for the week-long residency at apple farming locations.
Expires: May 15, 2017
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