The Horniman Museum and Gardens Artist Studio Commission 2019

Website: https://www.horniman.ac.uk/get_involved/blog/artist-commission-the-studio-2019

The Studio is an exciting, new contemporary arts space at the Horniman, as well as a collaboration between the Horniman, artists and local community partners. The successful artist will join the Collective, the working group who programme the Studio. The chosen artist will be commissioned to create a new artwork as part of an exhibition opening to the public in October 2019. We are looking for an artist with great experience of working with people, and involving communities within their work. The artist will also have experience of exhibition-making in their portfolio of works but is not required to have had past experience of working with museums or museum collections. There will be a commission fee Circa £20,000 pending funding confirmation.

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Expires: April 3, 2018


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