The Horniman Residency

Website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/project/the-horniman-residency/

Applications are now open for a new Artquest research residency hosted at the Horniman Museum and Gardens. One selected artist will received an award of £3000 and privileged access to develop their practice in response to the work and collections at the Museum. An additional award of £850 is available for a public facing event to share the awardees research in some way. This is an incredible opportunity for a London based artist, working in any medium, with at least 5 years experience working outside of study.

Expires: August 1, 2016


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