Rome Fellowship in Contemporary Art

Website: http://www.bsr.ac.uk/awards/fine-arts

The British School at Rome invites applications for The Rome Fellowship in Contemporary Art. The fellowship is an opportunity for an early-career artist, working in any discipline, who has a significant track record of exhibiting. The fellowship lasts 3 months (October–December 2018) and offers £1,500/month; plus a grant towards a short pre-residency visit to the BSR and board and accommodation in a residential studio. Applicants must be of British or Commonwealth nationality, or have been working professionally or studying at postgraduate level for at least the last three years in the UK or Commonwealth (i.e. since February 2015). There is a £25 application fee.

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Expires: February 14, 2018


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