The Creative Knowledge Project | Artist in Residence
The Creative Knowledge Project is a 12-month artist residency based at the new Lakeside Centre, Thamesmead. This year-long residency, with accommodation and studio space, is a rare and exciting opportunity for an artist to live and work on the water’s edge of one of the most iconic Brutalist estates of the 1960s, working with the community to explore the potential for their new library building. The residency will be community focused, with the aim of engaging local residents in the new library and its future-planned activity. Bow Arts will manage and support the residency and the artist will also have the opportunity to work with the library architects and fine art makers Rima & McCrae. Bow Arts are open to all media and approaches, though the residency should leave a lasting legacy that reflects local input. The residency will provide accommodation, studio space, a £10,000 artist fee, £6,000 materials and equipment budget and up to £10,000 outcome budget, for all costs associated with any production, fabrication or tangible outcomes of the residency.
Expires: August 27, 2019
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