Tate Exchange Residency

Website: http://beaconsfield.ltd.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Nine-Elms-Vauxhall-Tate-Exchange-Artist-Call-Out.pdf

Nine Elms on the South Bank and Tate Exchange are looking for an artist or arts collective to create new work with three local art organisations (Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall, Gasworks and Pump House Gallery) and Tate Modern. The artist residency project will be the first in our three-year partnership programme for Tate Exchange at Tate Modern. Artists must be interested in socially engaged practice and committed to working with young people at all three galleries. The residency will last six months from September 2016 – March 2017, with the artist expected to produce a maximum of two project outcomes in each of the three galleries and one final shared publicly accessible outcome at Tate Exchange at Tate Modern 10th March 2017. The fee is £6000 inclusive of vat and expenses plus a production budget of up to £5000.

Expires: September 5, 2016


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