The British School at Rome – The Bridget Riley Fellowship 2019-20

Website: http://www.bsr.ac.uk/awards/fine-arts#RFCA

The Bridget Riley Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for exceptional artists, at an early to mid-point in their career, whose work has a significant drawing element, to spend six months in Rome. The successful applicant will receive a research and travel grant of £1,500/month, a grant towards a short pre-residency visit to the BSR and board and accommodation in a residential studio at BSR. Applicants must be of British or Commonwealth nationality, or have been working professionally or studying at postgraduate level for at least the last three years in the UK or Commonwealth. There is an application fee of £25.

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Expires: April 30, 2019


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