Stuart Croft Foundation Awards 2019
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.
Deadline extended from 9 December 2019 to 6 January 2020.
Now in its third year, the SCF awards are increasing the number of funding opportunities to award five individual projects across three separate categories:
- Two Moving Image Awards (£5000 each) will provide support for artist filmmakers to produce a significant moving image artwork that develops their practice and research.
- Two Education Awards (£1000 each) will provide support for current and recent postgraduate students (MA and Doctoral research candidates) to create a moving image artwork that explores specific aspects of their film practice.
- One Curation Award (£2000) new for 2019, offers support for an independent curator to realise a curatorial project that makes an original contribution to public access and discourse concerning the moving image in its many forms
Expires: January 6, 2020
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