Stanley Picker Fellowships Design & Fine Art

Website: http://www.stanleypickergallery.org/fellowships/call-for-applicants-stanley-picker-fellowships-2017-2/

The Stanley Picker Gallery at Kingston University is currently seeking to appoint two contemporary practitioners to the Stanley Picker Fellowships in Design & Fine Art 2017. Each Fellowship provides up to £12,000 and access to the material workshops, technical resources and expertise within the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture and the wider University departments, to support a practice-based research project that will result in an exhibition at the Stanley Picker Gallery.

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Expires: June 19, 2017


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