SPILL National Platform
SPILL invites applications from artists or companies at the start of their career and living in the UK or Ireland who make experimental performance, sound, film, video, installation, new media or digital practices, activist actions, or engage museum collections in radical new ways. This year SPILL will take place between the 26 – 30 October in Ipswich, Suffolk. SPILL will present 35 National Platform artists across a range of spaces. Each artist or company selected for the Platform will receive an inclusive fee of £200, plus accommodation for the festival, contribution to travel, and support including seminars, technical, producing, marketing/PR and documentation.
Expires: April 4, 2016
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