South London Gallery Post-Graduate Residency

Website: http://southlondongallery.org/jobs-opportunities/

The South London Gallery Post-Graduate Residency is an open submission six month residency opportunity available to artists completing an MA, MFA, PGDip, MRes or an equivalent programme of study (including alternative, peer organised and non-accredited programmes,) from an institution, collective or art school in the UK between October 2016 and October 2017. The residency will take place between November 2017 and May 2018 and includes a rent free apartment and work space next-door the gallery, a solo show in March 2018, a £5,000 bursary and the opportunity to produce a publication with Black Dog Publishing.

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Expires: September 11, 2017


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