Screen Archives Residency

Website: http://blogs.arts.ac.uk/archivecollections/2017/04/12/screen-archives-residency-june-to-december-2017/

University of the Arts London announces a new residency opportunity, supported by the British Board of Film Classification. The Screen Archives Residency is an opportunity for an artist to be in residence at the University Archives and Special Collections Centre over a six-month period in 2017.  The selected artist will receive a total sum of £8,000 and will be supported in their use of the screen archives in the University Archives and Special Collections Centre. Proposals are invited from artists to produce new creative works in any medium, inspired by UAL’s archives relating to screen. This residency is open to a post-graduate visual artists with a relevant Masters degree, or higher, from any UK- based University; or a professional artist with at least 3 years of experience. The applicant must be able to work in the UK and remain resident until 30th April 2018. Accommodation and living expenses are not part of the residency fee and the Screen Resident is expected to support themselves during the six-month period.

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Expires: May 5, 2017


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