Stuart Croft Foundation Awards 2018

Website: http://www.stuartcroftfoundation.org/awards/

Applications are now open for the 2018 Stuart Croft Foundation Awards. The Stuart Croft Foundation enables artists, filmmakers, researchers, and exhibitors working in and between the gallery and the cinema to undertake and complete small-scale projects, where other funding options may be difficult to obtain.The foundation invites UK-based filmmakers, curators, writers, researchers, and postgraduate students working between and beyond the gallery and cinema to apply to this year’s awards.

There will be three distinct awards this year: The Moving Image Award which awards £5000 for the production of a new film/moving image artwork, The Research Award where £3000 is available for an innovative research project that directly encounters the rich and as yet unexplored archive of Stuart Croft and The Education Award which awards £2,000 towards the costs for a film artwork produced whilst the applicant is in post-graduate education or within two years of graduating from a post-graduate course.

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Expires: June 7, 2018


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